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Police: Arkansas teacher charged with sexual assault, solicitation

By Emma Pettit

This article was originally published September 19, 2017 at 2:24 p.m. Updated September 20, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.


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An Arkansas teacher was jailed Monday on charges of sexual assault and sexual solicitation after a student contacted school administrators, police said.

Jarad Everett, 27, of Monticello was arrested after an investigation began Friday into his conduct, said Sgt. Tim Nichols with the Warren Police Department. Everett is a welding teacher at the local high school who teaches in the vocational building, Nichols said.

According to the sergeant, a student told school officials Friday about some alleged “inappropriate contact” between Everett and a female student. Police investigators spoke with several people involved, and it was enough to issue a probable cause affidavit, he said.

At this point, police believe there is one juvenile victim.

Everett is being held at the jail in Warren but will likely be transferred to the Dallas County facility, Nichols said.

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LRDawg says... September 20, 2017 at 12:01 p.m.

Who's doing the background checks for Arkansas' teacher's? Seems like every week 1 gets charged with this....parents should sue these schools

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MichaelWood says... September 20, 2017 at 6:07 p.m.

The Arkansas State Police and the FBI do background checks for Arkansas educators. Unfortunately, people change and do things that they shouldn't after getting approved by the ASP and FBI. Mr. Everett had to be approved BEFORE getting a teacher's license but appears to have now chosen a bad behavior. To sue the school would be useless and a waste of time and money. It is NOT the school's fault that some teachers have inappropriate behaviors. It is the person's fault.

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