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Stevens High School teacher charged with sexual assault
Christopher LeBlanc, 29, of Claremont was arrested and charged Friday with three counts of felonious sexual assault.
LeBlanc is currently being held at the Sullivan County House of Corrections pending his arraignment today in the 5th Circuit Court District Division in Claremont.
Middleton McGoodwin, Superintendent of SAU # 6 in Claremont, on Sunday would not confirm if the alleged victim is a student, saying he wants to protect the victim who is a minor.
“The high school administrators started to become aware of rumors,” McGoodwin said.
On Wednesday high school administrators reported concerns to McGoodwin who made the decision to put LeBlanc on paid administrative leave and contact police to start an investigation.
“This is now a police matter. Our objective is to start the school day off. If it is appropriate, if there is a need for students to seek assistance on this, because this is certainly unsettling, those resources will be available to them,” McGoodwin said.
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