LAWSUIT: STUDENT REMAINED IN SCHOOL AFTER SEXUAL ASSAULT. A lawsuit alleges that a Kansas student was allowed to stay in school after sexually assaulting a classmate, even though he was facing charges for other sex crimes.
October 24, 2019
HOYT, KAN. (AP) — A Kansas high school student was allowed to remain in school after he was accused of sexually assaulting a female classmate, even though he was facing charges for other sex crimes, according to a federal lawsuit.
The suit alleges that the Royal Valley School District was aware that the male student was a “known danger” and already had been charged with sex crimes in two other cases when the girl reported that she had been raped at school in November 2017, reports The Kansas