A parent who paid more than $11,000 in tuition shortly before an Amargosa Valley boarding school was closed amid allegations of child abuse has sued to recoup the money.
The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in District Court, alleges that Maysen Melton tackled the plaintiff around May 2016 and sodomized her against her will.
The complaint filed this week alleges that the school district and Maysen Melton’s parents failed to protect his fellow students despite his record as a sexual predator.
Following a Review-Journal investigation, a state agency analysis found a lack of communication among agencies overseeing private boarding schools.
John Robert Morris, a theater teacher who retired from the Clark County School District last May, faces up to four years of probation.
A judge set bail at $50,000 on Thursday for a a physical education teacher after police said he spit on an officer outside a bar in the southeast valley.
Todd Pomeroy, the former Catholic school employee arrested Monday after allegedly leaving the school a threatening voicemail, faced a similar charge in 2005, court records show.
A 15-year-old boy pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge of making a terroristic threat for his role in a series of racist threats made against black Arbor View High School students.
The boy who created an Instagram account to post threats against black Arbor View High School students was sentenced Friday to an out-of-community placement program where he will receive therapy and counseling.
Two teenage suspects appeared in Juvenile Court on Friday in connection with a series of racist threats made against black students last month at Arbor View High School, and one of them admitted his role.