The man testified that he contacted then-Horace Mann Middle School Principal Scott Stanec late in and questioned why his son was taken out of class and made to strip nude by then-Officer Joshua Carrier. Stanec, 46, died last November while hiking or skiing in Switzerland, according to Colorado Springs School District He had taken a three-month leave from Horace Mann to accompany his wife on a European work assignment. Carrier, 31, faces the potential of life in prison after a slew of complaints over inappropriate touching that emerged after his May arrest on suspicion of possessing child pornography. Carrier was known to students as a former a school-resource officer who volunteered nearly 1, hours. In an emotion-choked voice, the father said his son approached him in October and asked if it was normal that he was made to strip before wrestling matches. They have characterized the former officer as a victim of mass hysteria in the wake of unfounded child pornography allegations. Edit Close.
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Law enforcement say they're investigating a lot of cases of nude photos being used for blackmail or other forms of control. But Gearman says it is something every parent needs to be aware of, perhaps even earlier than many people might think. Hegg says he constantly sees young students dealing with issues that involve sexting. Hegg says teens are particularly susceptible to this kind of lapse in judgement. But Captain Gearman says teens are not the only people sending and using nude pictures for control. Hegg says parents should outline their rights in a contract with their teen before they ever start using a cellphone. Hegg says that contract should also spell out the consequences if a parent does find that their child is using their cellphone inappropriately. Police say it's important to help teens, and even adults, realize the serious possible consequences of sending nude photos. They say you never know where those photos may end up down the road. Skip to content.
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