Teacher Faces More Charges, School System Gets Sued
An on-going investigation has led to more charges against Aubrey "Perry" Norcross. The Benton Elementary school teacher is now accused of abusing eight children. The Physcial Education teacher is now being charged with one count of child rape, four counts of molestation of a juvenile, two counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile and one count of video voyeurism.
According to the Bossier Parish Sheriff's department, at least one of the alleged acts took place at school. However, investigators have not said if all the acts were commited on campus or if all of those allegedly abused were in Norcross' PE class.
In addition to the new charges, the parents of a nine year old girl allegedly abused by Norcross have filed suit against the teacher and Bossier Parish Schools. The suit alleges that the Bossier Parish School District failed in their duty to provide a safe environment and protect students from a pedophile teacher.
The suit goes on to claim that the girl was the victim of despicable acts that took place during the school day.
The 47-year-old Norcross, who used to coach Benton Elementary's championship archery team, is being held at Bossier Max on a $2 million bond.