Pennsylvania school staffer fired and arrested for having sex with 16-year-old student and sending nude photos to his 15-year-old friend
- Megan Carlisle, 37, a paraprofessional school monitor and school suspension monitor (ISS) in the Elizabethtown Area School District in Lancaster County
- She now faces charges of involuntary deviant sex, institutional sexual assault, statutory sexual assault, among others.
- North West Regional Police believe there are many more casualties
A Pennsylvania college staff member was arrested after he had sex with a 15-year-old student from his district in his car and sent nude photos and videos to his 16-year-old friend, police say .
Megan Carlisle, 37, who worked as a paraprofessional and school suspension (ISS) supervisor at the college in the Elizabethtown area school district in Lancaster County, was fired for predatory behavior.
She now faces charges of involuntary deviant sexual intercourse, institutional sexual assault, unlawful contact with a minor, statutory sexual assault and dissemination of sexual material to a minor, FoxNews reported.
The child predator is currently being held in Lancaster County Jail on $200,000 bail.
The 15-year-old victim alleged that Carlisle inappropriately touched and fondled him during several school terms while he was suspended from school in April.
Megan Carlisle, 37, who worked as a paraprofessional and school-suspended (ISS) school supervisor in the Elizabethtown Area School District in Lancaster County, faces charges alleging she engaged in sexual activity with at least one student, and has since been fired
On May 3, a support staff member notified the Elizabethtown Area School District of the misconduct of a support staff member at their secondary school compound. A photo of Elizabethtown Middle School is shown
The student told North West Regional Police Department officers that after the couple allegedly engaged in illicit behavior on April 28, Carlisle sent the teenager via a cash application for $20 for food, Fox News 43 reported.
The student allegedly asked Carlisle for pods for her vape, which she allegedly bought for him the next day.
Police believe there are many more victims in this case.
During a search of Carlisle’s car, home and cell phone, the investigation revealed graphic photos and videos made by Carlisle that had been sent and shared with an unknown number of other students at the school, police said in a news release.
On May 25, school districts in the Elizabethtown area followed up with a statement after the charges against Carlisle were filed.
“The Elizabethtown Area School District is aware of charges against Megan Carlisle, a former high school paraprofessional, for alleged sexual misconduct,” the district said.
“While we don’t normally make a practice of commenting on personal or legal matters, we believe this situation warrants a statement.
“As such, we are sharing the following information: Ms Carlisle is no longer employed by the school. The district has fully cooperated with local law enforcement in their investigation,’ the district said.
“We will have no further comment on this matter as it will be decided by the courts.”
The district first learned of the disturbing allegations on May 3 when a school staff member was briefed.
The school issued a statement to parents immediately afterwards, in which they reassured parents that they were handling the manner and had informed the authorities, and Childline, a child abuse hotline.
“Earlier today, the district was made aware of alleged inappropriate behavior by a support staff member serving as a paraprofessional at the high school complex,” said the email the district released earlier. this month when the allegations first surfaced.
“We can say that the alleged behavior was sexual in nature. Upon the disclosure of the information, district officials filed a ChildLine report and notified local law enforcement.
“Rest assured that we will cooperate with any ongoing investigation,” the district said.