Fourth Grade Teacher Accused Of Traveling To Meet 2 Year Old.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Palm Beach County School District is “cooperating fully” with police in investigation into Xavier Donte Alexander, the fourth grade teacher — and “Care.Com” babysitter — who is accused of traveling to have a physical encounter with a two year old.
“The School District of Palm Beach County is cooperating fully with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, which is the lead agency in the investigation of Xavier Donte Alexander,” said the school district in a written statement.
“The District is shocked and appalled by the nature of the crimes for which Alexander was arrested.
While the crimes that Alexander is accused of committing did not occur on school property, and did not involve District students, Grove Park administrators reached out to parents of students in Alexander’s class immediately after learning of his arrest. The District is also offering families support services. In addition to criminal charges, Xavier Alexander is now subject to a professional standards investigation by the District. He will not be returning to the School District as a teacher, or in any other capacity, pending the outcome of the criminal investigation.”
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office issued this report Thursday night:
“Detectives from the Special Victims Unit, arrested Xavier Donte Alexander, DOB: 5/04/1993, for Solicitation of a minor and traveling to meet a minor, 2 years of age.
Alexander was arrested and transported to the PBC Jail on the charges listed above. He will be attending first appearance on Friday, April 2, 2021, morning.
Through the investigation detectives learned that Xavier Donte Alexander is a 4th grade teacher at Grove Park Elementary School. He also is a babysitter on the website Care.com and other nanny websites. Detectives believe there could be additional victims.
ANYONE who believes their child could be a victim of solicitation of a minor is urged to contact Detective Malory Wildove at 561-688-4079, WildoveM@pbso.org or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.”
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