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Nicholas Moseby, Diablo Vista Middle School biology teacher and cheerleading coach arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting girl, sending obscene video



According to court documents, a middle school teacher and cheerleading coach, 41, was detained on suspicion of abusing a juvenile student and giving her a pornographic video.

This week, Concord resident Nicholas Moseby was detained on suspicion of engaging in indecent behavior with a 15-year-old girl, providing pornographic material to a juvenile, and engaging in unauthorized communication with a minor. This week, Moseby is anticipated to face criminal charges from Contra Costa prosecutors.

Nicholas Moseby and Mindy Laituri

Moseby was detained after his alleged victim’s parents informed the police that he had given her a Snapchat video of himself masturbating. According to reports, the girl responded with disbelief and removed him from her list of friends. At cheerleading practice, Moseby “apologized in advance” for sending her a picture of his genitalia and added her as a friend. According to police, the exchange took place days later.

According to court documents, the girl admitted to police during an interview that Moseby sexually touched her while they were working out.

According to a San Ramon Valley Unified School District communication sent to parents, Moseby was placed on leave following his arrest. In the event if or when Moseby is charged, the email promises to send an update.

In a message to parents, a Nor Cal Elites official stated that Moseby was fired as soon as the company was informed of his arrest.

According to court documents, Moseby is being held in jail in lieu of a $200,000 bail and has not yet been assigned a lawyer.

Police claim that Moseby was previously detained in Arizona for allegedly selling alcohol to a juvenile, which should have prohibited him from becoming a teacher but didn’t appear on a background check. When school authorities ran Moseby’s fingerprints following his application for a job, the incident didn’t show up, according to investigators, because Moseby wasn’t fingerprinted after the 2009 arrest.

Nicholas Brandon

The earlier arrest was related to a New Year’s Eve celebration in Gilbert, Arizona, where Moseby is accused of purchasing wine for a 17-year-old girl who was friends with his then-girlfriend, an 18-year-old high school student who went to the institution where Moseby worked, at a Walmart. The 17-year-old told police that Moseby’s roommate at the time had attacked her sexually at the party after she had consumed alcohol. According to court documents, Moseby, who was in his late 20s at the time, was never charged and refuted the accusations.

On September 6, the claimed victim’s parents reported the Snapchat video to the police, which is when the most current accusations against Moseby surfaced. The girl said that Moseby messaged her on Snapchat and then showed her harmless videos of the facility where their cheering practices took place. She allegedly sent him a photo of herself wearing a hooded sweatshirt after he allegedly requested one of her in pajamas later on.

He allegedly replied by writing, “booty?” in the message. She would subsequently tell police that she took this to mean that he desired a photograph of her butt. She told authorities Moseby massaged her butt for “approximately 60 seconds” during a cheering session during the same interview. She claimed that after getting the pornographic film, she stopped speaking to him.

According to court documents, police executed search warrants at Moseby’s residence and seized a thumb drive, his phone, an iPad, and other electronic equipment. These things are still being examined.

Last known contact information

Address: 1506 Lucky Dr Concord, CA 94519
Phone: (916) 813-1302

Jail Information

Booking #: CC22NG842

Court Information

Case #: 01-22-01583
Case #: D22-03708 – Restraining Order


Kareem Spann, Louis Armstrong Middle School Teacher Arrested for Sexual Misconduct with Students



A former teacher at Louis Armstrong Middle School in Sherman Oaks has been arrested and charged with sexual misconduct involving multiple students. Kareem Spann, a 46-year-old resident of Burbank, pled not guilty to the charges of lewd act on a child and child molesting. The arrest came after the Los Angeles Police Department received reports from students about ongoing inappropriate sexual contact by Spann during his time as an eighth-grade teacher at the school.

According to investigators, Spann allegedly initiated inappropriate communication with a student in April, leading to grooming and eventually unlawful touching. Additionally, another charge involves a separate incident during lunchtime on school property in April, with a different child as the victim. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is prosecuting the case.

Spann had been employed at Louis Armstrong Middle School during the 2022-2023 academic year. The LAPD is currently conducting an investigation and encourages any potential additional victims to contact law enforcement at 818-374-5415.

District Attorney George Gascon expressed the importance of protecting children from abuse or exploitation, stating, “These types of crimes against vulnerable students are sickening and a violation of trust.”

Spann is scheduled to appear in court on June 21 for further proceedings. He remains in custody, and his bail is set at $120,000.

In response to the incident, the Los Angeles Unified School District issued a statement emphasizing their immediate actions upon receiving concerns from the school community. They promptly contacted the police, removed Spann from campus pending investigation results, and provided counseling support to affected students.

Authorities believe there may be additional victims and are urging anyone with information to come forward. The community is shaken by the incident, as they strive to ensure the safety and well-being of their students.

Last Known Contact Information

Address: 15111 Burbank Blvd Apt 104 Van Nuys, CA 91411
Phone: 314-436-3105

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Thomas Boykin, Mansfield Teacher Accused of Assaulting Wife and Shooting Children



Mansfield, Texas — A Mansfield teacher, Thomas Boykin, has been fired from his position at Linda Jobe Middle School in the Mansfield Independent School District (MISD) following a disturbing domestic incident that unfolded on Tuesday, May 16, 2023. The incident involved an alleged assault on Boykin’s wife, Amy Boykin, who serves as an Assistant Principal within the Mansfield ISD, followed by the shooting of his 13-year-old son and 21-year-old stepdaughter. The incident, which occurred at their residence on Arabian Court, has sent shockwaves through the community.

Thomas and Amy Boykin

Upon receiving a shooting call, the Mansfield Police Department swiftly responded to the scene. Officers arrived to find Thomas Boykin, a 52-year-old male, inside the residence, where he was apprehended without incident. The authorities immediately attended to the two victims, who had suffered apparent gunshot wounds. Mansfield medics transported them to Medical City Arlington for urgent medical care. Both victims underwent surgery overnight and are now in a serious but stable condition.

MISD promptly took action upon learning of the incident, placing Thomas Boykin on leave pending further investigation. The subsequent decision by the MISD Board of Trustees to terminate Boykin’s teaching contract was unanimous. The district, in a statement, expressed its strong stance against such behavior within their educational institutions and wider community, extending their thoughts and support to the victims.

Thomas Boykin now faces multiple charges, including three counts of Aggravated Assault Family Violence Serious Bodily Injury. He remains in custody at the Tarrant County Jail, with bond set at $900,000. Meanwhile, detectives from the Mansfield Police Department continue to investigate the circumstances leading up to the shooting, aiming to shed light on the motivations behind this tragic event.

The news of this distressing incident has had a profound impact on the Mansfield community, leaving many concerned about the safety and well-being of local families. The involvement of Amy Boykin, Assistant Principal at MISD, has further heightened attention and raised questions about the dynamics within the family. However, the focus remains on supporting the victims and ensuring their recovery.

Recognizing the financial strain that medical expenses can bring, a friend of the family has established a CashApp link through New York Avenue Church of Christ to facilitate donations for the ongoing medical care of Boykin’s son and stepdaughter.

The Mansfield Police Department, along with MISD, urges the community to come together and support the affected family and the wider MISD community during this challenging time.

Last Known Contact Information

Address: 3 Arabian Ct Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone: 214-957-0972

Arrest Information

Booking Number: 1012036

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Kyle W. Banner, Toms River Intermediate North Teacher Accused of Taking Explicit Photos in Classroom



Toms River, NJ – Kyle W. Banner, a 48-year-old history teacher from Ocean County, has been arrested and is facing multiple charges, including child endangerment and official misconduct. The arrest has sent shockwaves through the Toms River Regional School District, leaving administrators, parents, and students in a state of disbelief and disgust.

The allegations against Banner came to light on April 23, 2023, when administrators at Toms River Intermediate North received reports of explicit photographs posted on his public Twitter profile. Upon investigation, authorities discovered that Banner had taken the pornographic images within his own classroom at Toms River Intermediate North. Shockingly, students at the school had accessed the images on his Twitter account.

The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, in collaboration with the Special Victims Unit, High Tech Crime Unit, Toms River Township Police Department Detective Bureau, and Ocean County Sheriff’s Office Crime Scene Investigation Unit, launched a thorough investigation into the matter. Their efforts led to the discovery of additional evidence, including inappropriate photographs sent by Banner to a student via Snapchat in October 2022. Detectives also recovered numerous images depicting Banner engaging in sexual conduct with himself within his classroom.

Banner, a resident of Brick Township, turned himself into the Toms River Township Police Department on May 23, 2023. He is currently being held at the Ocean County Jail, awaiting a detention hearing. As a result of his arrest, Banner has been suspended without pay from his teaching position at both Toms River Intermediate North and Ocean County College.

The news of Banner’s alleged misconduct has left the Toms River Regional School District shaken. Superintendent Michael Citta expressed deep concern and disappointment over the incident, emphasizing the district’s commitment to providing a safe learning environment for students. The district took immediate action upon learning of the allegations, suspending Banner and reporting the matter to the appropriate authorities. Citta assured parents that measures would be put in place to prevent a recurrence of such behavior and offered support to anyone affected by the incident.

Ocean County College also took swift action, removing Banner from the classroom following their awareness of the investigation. Jan Kirsten, the executive director of college relations at Ocean County College, affirmed the institution’s full cooperation with law enforcement throughout the process.

Investigations into Banner’s online presence revealed that he maintained multiple social media accounts, some under pseudonyms, through which he regularly interacted with students. Detectives uncovered a LinkTree list that contained links to various accounts, including Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, OnlyFans, and a dating site. Authorities confirmed the presence of explicit photos on Banner’s Twitter account, which has since been deleted. In addition, TikTok videos posted by Banner showcased glimpses of his personal life, including his dog and cooking, interspersed with class-related content. Detectives discovered that Banner had engaged in discussions and interactions with students through the TikTok platform.

The Toms River Regional School District has a written policy governing staff’s use of social media, which explicitly outlines the parameters for teachers’ interactions with students. The policy strictly prohibits any communication with sexual content or attempts to establish personal relationships beyond professional responsibilities.

Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer urged parents to have open conversations with their children if they had Banner as a teacher, emphasizing the importance of creating a safe space for them to share their experiences. He also encouraged anyone with additional information regarding the investigation to come forward and assist in the case.

Last Known Contact Information

Address: 495 Mantoloking Rd Brick, NJ 08723

Arrest Information

Booking Number: 15-226267

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