Disgraceful! Not What Parents Should Expect.
Tonight, parents are infuriated and disgusted at what their children’s music teacher may have done to their hand painted musical instruments. Parents were informed tonight their children’s flutes may be contaminated with their bodily fluids.
Parents are turning in their flutes to Los Angeles police in droves. Reports say that as many as 13 schools may have the disgusting flutes and are asking parents to come forward.
Potential semen found on students flutes. Police have also recovered photo from the music teacher’s computer possibly confirming the crime. At this time, Los Angeles police are not releasing the teacher’s name until federal charges are filed.
Watch The News Report Below.
As Reported By ALMA FAUSTO With Orange County Register.
Newport Mesa officials said the flutes may have been given to some students at Sonora Elementary School in Costa Mesa, through a contracted vendor that provides music programs.
“Our initial research indicates that the impact to NMUSD is limited to four classrooms at Sonora Elementary School. No other NMUSD schools are believed to be impacted,” the email states.
Some of the districts asked that families who find these flutes take them from the child’s possession and place them in a sealed paper bag to possibly preserve evidence.
Representatives of the state Office of the Attorney General said: “As part of the investigation, we are working with local law enforcement and school districts to collect instruments, for the California Department of Justice to process.”
Fountain Valley police Sgt. Kham Vang confirmed that the department was collecting the flutes at its station at 10200 Slater Avenue.
Capistrano district officials were still working with law enforcement to determine how to collect the instruments, which are considered by the district to be “inappropriate and unsanitary” for a child to have contact with.
“We understand this is deeply upsetting to our families and that you may be seeking more details than we can provide,” Burris said.