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Second janitor may face charges in school restroom sex case

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    ABC 33/40 has learned police are looking into whether charges could be filed against a second janitor who worked at Central High School.

   One janitor, 28 year old Curtis Hodges turned himself in Monday after allegedly caught being locked in a restroom with a 15 year old student.

   Police say surveillance cameras recorded Hodges going into a girl's bathroom near the gym following the female student.  They say the second janitor is seen locking the door behind the two.

   An administrator in the area first became suspicious and realized what was happening , then contacted authorities.

   The incident happened September 7th around 1:15 during the day.

   Hodges is charged with 2nd Degree Sexual Abuse and School Employee Having Sexual Contact with a student under the age of 19.

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