Misguided Obsession

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Posts about real school tragedy, crime and/or events can be upsetting.

BLOG POST #173: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific crime involving a 30-something high school band and orchestra teacher.

He’d been a teacher with the school district for eleven years when he was caught stalking and harassing students.

The Obsession

The teacher became fixated on a 17-year-old male student in his band class.

The teacher told the boy he had a crush on him.

There were invitations to house parties where alcohol was being served.

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Extortion And Bribery At School

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On the heels of Black Friday—the biggest shopping/spending day of the year—I thought school employee extortion, and bribery might be fitting.

BLOG POST #168: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a ring of seven transportation employees.

Who’s Minding The Shop?

The employees worked for the city’s department of education (DOE), special education transportation division. Their jobs included setting the specifications for bus routes, overseeing bus routing bids from bus companies, securing transportation for field trips, and addressing vehicle safety issues found through random safety inspections.

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Disgraced High School Principal

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Robin Lyons BlogHave you checked your teenager’s cell phone photos recently? You might want to take a peek. Nude photographs of underage girls were plentiful and readily available for this high school principal.

BLOG POST #161: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a high school principal.

The married, father of three had been the high school principal for three years. Before advancing to the principal, he’d worked as a high school teacher.

Busted

His downfall began when a former student learned nude photos she had taken for her boyfriend while in high school were on the internet. She went to the authorities.

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Kill Everyone On Monday

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Robin Lyons BlogYou may not remember this story on the news or it may not have aired in your area.

BLOG POST #159: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a 14-year-old high school freshman.

First Day Of School Threat

A few years ago, during the weekend before the first day of school, the young teen warned friends on a social media site he wanted to “kill everyone at school on Monday.”

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Unscrupulous Administrator

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Abuse of public funds. Fleecing of America. Whatever spin you want to put on stealing money from schools—plain and simple, it’s beyond stupid.

To begin with, schools don’t have a lot of money, so when someone spends extravagantly or steals, eventually someone will notice.

Schools regularly have other agencies and independent auditors reviewing the books. Eventually, someone will notice when money goes missing or a payment looks suspicious.

BLOG POST #156: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving an unscrupulous associate superintendent.

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