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Students not involved in employee’s alleged sex crimes

Students not involved in employee’s alleged sex crimes

A nursery assistant and afterschool employee of an Episcopal school is alleged to have committed sex crimes. According to the school’s headmaster, the allegations do not involve students at the school.

The News Mercury:

Marc Nunez is no longer employed at the Cathedral School for Boys in San Francisco, according to the school’s headmaster, Burns Jones, who forwarded this newspaper a statement he sent to parents when school officials became aware of the investigation into Nunez.

The criminal complaint (PDF) against Nunez, filed earlier this month, details times that Nunez allegedly received videos depicting teen boys being sexually molested. It also accuses Nunez of participating in sexualized conversations online with teenaged boys he knew were younger than 18.


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