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Tuscaloosa City School employee arrested for sexual abuse

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Tuscaloosa Police Department Juvenile Investigators arrested a school employee Monday after he turned himself in at the front desk of the Tuscaloosa Police Department.

28 year old Curtis Nathaniel Hodges of Tuscaloosa was arrested for Sexual Abuse 2nd Degree and School Employee Having Sexual Contact With a Student Under the Age of 19.

The incident occurred on September 7, 2012 just after 1:00 pm at Central High School. Hodges was seen on video going into a girl's bathroom behind a 15 year old student. Another janitor then locked the door to the bathroom. Surveillance video then showed one of the janitors unlocking the door and both Hodges and the 15 year old student coming out of the bathroom.

Hodges was placed in the Tuscaloosa County Jail on a $12,000.00 Bond

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