Keller Band Director Arrested: Why was Keller Band Director Jedidiah Maus Arrested? Sometimes some people’s success goes so much on their heads that they forget to respect others. One such incident has been reported in which a director is apprehended for indecency with a child. According to the reports, the director of A Keller ISD band has been apprehended and charged with 3 counts of immodesty with a child. Jedidiah Maus was the Director of Bands at Keller Middle and Keller Bear Creek Intermediate School. Detectives said at the beginning of September, the Keller Police Department got a report from Keller ISD of an educator, Maus, exposing himself to a pupil. Follow More Update On Get India News
Keller Band Director Arrested
After the complaint was registered the Police Department of Keller and Keller ISD instantly started an investigation. In the investigation report, a total of 3 victims have now been identified so far. The arrest warrant information mention that one of the incidents has happened on Friday, 10th September 2021, and that Maus was officially attained on administrative leave and no longer had access to the building on Tuesday, 14th September 2021.
The warrant further gives the details that how Maus exposed himself in front of a male pupil while in the boys’ bathroom. After this incident, Jedidiah Maus was apprehended on Friday on 3 counts of indecency with a child, a 3rd-degree felony. The charges stem from asserted incidents that involve three pupils at Bear Creek Intermediate School, mentioned on the arrest affidavit. At the time of investigation, police get to know about other incidents since last August involving two other pupils, where Maus purportedly exposed himself in the boys’ bathroom at Bear Creek Intermediate School.
Why was Keller Band Director Jedidiah Maus Arrested?
Police are trying to find out more details and searching for more proof against him. Police said the investigation is still active and going on and anyone who may have any kind of information related to this case is encouraged to inform or contact the Keller Police Department at 817-743-4600 or email CrimeTips@cityofkeller.com. The district stated that “Notwithstanding our privacy policies which forbid the District from publicly discussing officer matters, Keller ISD reported this matter to law enforcement and is fully cooperating with the investigation of authorities. Keller ISD placed the employee on leave upon being alert of this situation.”