LAKE WORTH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Bond has been increased to $100,000 for Lake Worth teacher Todd Bush on charges that he attempted to arrange a sexual encounter with girls as young as 10. We first reported that Bush’s bond was set at $5,000, but the Palm Beach County jail now reports he remains behind bars with bond at $100k.
Here is our original reporting, including a link to the disturbing affidavit of probable cause:
BocaNewsNow.com has obtained a copy of the Probable Cause Affidavit (PC) filed in the arrest of Lake Worth High School teacher Todd Bush. Bush, of Sherwood Blvd. in Delray Beach, is accused of attempting to arrange a sexual encounter with children as young as 10. The affidavit is so graphic that we are providing it as a download that must be initiated by our readers to view.
Here is part of the of the PC that can be read by all: “Detective Phillips instructed the complainant to text the target (later identified as Todd Wilson Bush) to advise him she had located a friend (Deb) who could arrange the sexual encounter, and to provide him with a contact number.” … “Deb (Detective Philips) advised Bush she was the mother of a 12 year old minor white female and she also had access to a 14 year old white female, both available for paid sex.”
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