Case dismissed for Portsmouth school employee charged with sex crimes
Portsmouth, Va. – The case against a Portsmouth school administrator charged with propositioning a female teenage student for sex has been dismissed.
Kevin Brown, who worked as an administrator at Stephen Clarke Center in Portsmouth, was charged with four counts of indecent liberties against a student in 2012. Court records said the girl told police Brown propositioned her for sex by writing her messages on post-it notes, then tore them up and threw them in the trash.
However, Brown’s attorney admitted evidence showing Brown was either out of town or involved in other school activities at the time the alleged offenses occurred.
The student involved in Brown’s case is the same student who accused Portsmouth’s I.C. Norcom math teacher Marc Allmond of a sexual relationship. He pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to five years in prison, with four years suspended.
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