A student teacher who was fired last spring from Martinsville High School now faces a criminal charge in connection with an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Cops say Joseph Dusard, 25, Bloomington, kissed and traded explicit photos with a boy he was supposed to be supervising in connection with a school musical.
Prosecutor Steve Sonnega filed a formal charge against the pederast Sept. 29 in Morgan County Circuit/Superior Court. He is charged with dissemination of matter harmful to a minor, according to court documents.
The perverted fuckery occurred in March, court documents state.
School officials first learned of the matter from classmates of the student with whom the white homosexual/pedophile became involved, investigators said. When confronted, the student initially denied the involvement but eventually confirmed that he and the pedophile had kissed and exchanged naked photos, court documents state.
The inhuman white homo also admitted he and the student exchanged texts that were “sexual in nature,” read the probable cause. The filthy pederast allegedly told authorities he did this because he was mad at his fiance for cheating on him.
School officials and cops learned of the nasty homosexual activities in April, according to court documents.
Asked about the matter, Martinsville Schools Superintendent Michele Moore emailed the statement she shared with the community Sept. 29.
Moore’s statement reads:
“Stephen Sonnega, Morgan County Prosecutor, filed charges today against Joe Dusard, an Indiana University secondary education student. Dusard, who was a student teacher at Martinsville High School during the 2014 spring semester, is charged with committing ‘the crime of Disseminating Matter Harmful to Minors.’
“When allegations came to light last spring, the student teacher was immediately terminated.
“MSD of Martinsville continues to cooperate with authorities on this investigation. Because this case involves a student and a minor, the District cannot provide any further comment. All inquiries should be directed to the Morgan County Prosecutor’s Office.”