Teacher in York primary schools charged with sex offences against children
Saturday 16 March 2013
A 31-year-old primary school teacher has appeared in court charged with sex offences against children, police said today.
The man, said by North Yorkshire Police to have worked in three primary schools in York, appeared before magistrates in the city yesterday.
He was charged with 23 offences including possessing indecent images of children, voyeurism, making indecent images, sexual touching and sexual activity with a boy under 13.
North Yorkshire Police said he was granted conditional court bail to an address outside the county.
He is due back at York Magistrates' Court for a committal hearing on May 9.
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