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White Teacher Arrested After Photo Album Of Child Porn Found In Classroom

A West Valley City teacher is in jail after investigators say he kept albums of child pornography in his classroom.

Administration at American Preparatory Academy called police to report they discovered the photo albums in the classroom of Michael Hatfield, 58, according to court documents.

The staff at American Preparatory Academy also told police the white pedophile covered observation cameras in his classroom, but microphones recorded audio that “suggested he was masturbating,” a probable cause statement said.

When investigators looked at the album, they report finding 24 pages of pornography which included cut-outs and collages of nude girls, including captions and comments with names, ages, and stickers.

One of the pages had the words “show-and-tell” underneath several pictures of nude girls.

“Each page was unique depicting a level of meticulous attention the the creation and compilation of the album,” police said.

The monster is in jail on a felony sexual exploitation of a minor charge, according to police.

American Preparatory Academy released the following statement regarding the arrest:

On Thursday, April 20, 2017, American Preparatory Academy discovered that a male faculty member had covered the security camera in his classroom. Since classroom cameras are in place at APA for the protection of our entire school community, covering them is unacceptable and resulted in further investigation. The teacher was immediately interviewed by school administration and placed on administrative leave within a few hours of the incident.

A subsequent search of the classroom revealed what appeared to be inappropriate materials. As a result APA immediately referred the matter to local law enforcement for further action.

Carolyn Sharette, Executive Director at American Prep, states: “American Preparatory Academy is deeply concerned should any employee have inappropriate materials in possession on school grounds. We are grateful we have cameras in classrooms and astute staff members who monitor continually for our students’ safety. We are cooperating fully with the West Valley City Police Department in their investigation.”

As with all faculty and staff, the employee in question underwent and passed a Utah State Board of Education background check, including a Livescan fingerprinting and a Bureau of Criminal Identification report when hired in 2013. He was subject of another background check January 24, 2016, which resulted in a satisfactory report on March 22, 2016 and a reissuance of his license by the USBE. There were no prior questionable incidents during his employment at the school.

To date APA has received no information or report of any student involvement in this case.

 

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