PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — A Palm Seashore County trainer and babysitter is now out of the classroom and below investigation by the varsity district after authorities arrested him for solicitation of a minor.
A choose on Friday morning set bond at $1 million for Xavier Donte Alexander, 27, a fourth grade trainer at Grove Park Elementary Faculty close to Palm Seashore Gardens.
The Palm Seashore County Sheriff’s Workplace arrested Alexander on Thursday, saying he traveled to fulfill a two-year-old little one. It is unclear how Alexander initially got here involved with the toddler.
The Faculty District of Palm Seashore County launched a press release relating to Alexander’s arrest, saying it is “shocked and appalled by the character of the crimes.”
A spokesperson stated the varsity district is “cooperating totally with the Palm Seashore County Sheriff’s Workplace,” including that the alleged crimes didn’t happen on college property and didn’t contain district college students.
“Grove Park directors reached out to folks of scholars in Alexander’s class instantly after studying of his arrest. The District can be providing households assist providers,” a spokesperson stated in a written assertion to WPTV.
Alexander is now on the heart of knowledgeable requirements investigation by the varsity district and “won’t be returning to the Faculty District as a trainer, or in every other capability, pending the result of the felony investigation,” a spokesperson stated.
Investigators stated Alexander can be a babysitter on the web site Care.com and different nanny web sites.
In response to LinkedIn, Alexander has been a trainer at Grove Park Elementary Faculty for six months.
Alexander is now dealing with prices of solicitation of a minor and touring to fulfill a minor. A choose on Friday additionally stated Alexander cannot possess or use any digital units or entry the Web, cannot have any weapons, cannot contact the alleged sufferer, sufferer’s household, witnesses, or any minors below the age of 18, and may’t have any contact with colleges or daycares.
Detectives imagine there might be extra victims. In case you assume your little one could also be a sufferer, contact Detective Malory Wildove at 561-688-4079, WildoveM@pbso.org, or Crime Stoppers of Palm Seashore County at 1-800-458-TIPS.