A Louisiana secondary school chief was captured Thursday on many charges identified with illegal conduct with adolescents, including understudies at his school, the Louisiana State Police said.
Brian Biggs, 54, was named head of Summerfield High School in Claiborne Parish in 2018, as indicated by KTBS. He had recently been an instructional administrator in the Claiborne Parish School District and ahead in Plaquemines Parish.
Not long ago, state police stated, it’s Special Victim’s Unit got an objection from guardians saying that Biggs had cooperated improperly with their youngster via web-based networking media. Examiners found that Biggs was utilizing “the web to take part in explicitly express discussions, send explicitly unequivocal materials, and mentioned unseemly pictures.”
Biggs was accused of 46 checks of profane conduct with adolescents, alongside PC supported sales of a minor, denied physical lead among teacher and understudy, and creation of inmate entertainment including adolescents.
Court orders gave specialists access to Biggs’ home and online networking accounts, police stated, and school authorities gave them access to gadgets he utilized at school.
Claiborne Parish School Superintendent William Kennedy discharged an announcement about the capture however offered no other remark.
“Claiborne Parish School Board is stunned and disheartened to catch wind of the capture made today,” Kennedy said in the announcement. “We are working helpfully with the Louisiana State Police in the examination. Since this is a staff issue, the area can’t give any further subtleties. As usual, the wellbeing and prosperity of our understudies and staff are our top need.”