High school employee in Claremont, NH arrested after alleged inappropriate relations with minor

March 21, 2014, 7:39 pm
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UPDATE: 5:45 P.M. 3/22/14 - Claremont Superintendent Dr. Middleton McGoodwin has confirmed that LeBlanc was a math teacher at the high school. According to McGoodwin, LeBlanc was immediately placed on paid administrative leave when the allegations were brought about on March 19.

(NECN) - The Claremont, NH Police Department is investigating an allegation of possible inappropriate relations between an employee and a minor at Stevens High School.

Christopher LeBlanc, 29, was arrested Friday night. He is charged with three counts of Felonious Sexual Assault. The felonies are class B and punishable with up to seven years of imprisonment.

LeBlanc is being held at the Sullivan County House of Corrections. He'll be arraigned on Monday.

Stevens High School administrators are cooperating in full with investigators.

Tags: new hampshire, claremont, sexual assault, Stevens High School, Christopher LeBlanc
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