Rialto Fontana Middle School Teacher Raymond William Murphy Accused Of Inappropriately Touching Student During School Hours
Posted on March 2, 2022     |     Sexual Abuse
Raymond William Murphy, 60, is a teacher at William Ruble Middle School, is facing charges after reports that he inappropriately touched a student during school hours, according to the Fontana Police Department.
According to police, a female student came forward last week, saying that she had been touched inappropriately by a teacher. After an investigation, FPD says Murphy was identified, and that the alleged incident happened on school grounds during school hours.
Murphy has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of a criminal investigation, and that the Fontana Police Department is working with both the school police and the district in this investigation.
Police say they are also looking for any potential additional victims. Anyone with information is asked to call the Fontana Police Department.
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