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ETX school resource officer behind bars, charged with 2 counts of child indecency

ETX school resource officer behind bars, charged with 2 counts of child indecency
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POSTED: Tuesday, January 7, 2014 - 2:59pm

UPDATED: Tuesday, January 7, 2014 - 7:41pm

An East Texas school district resource officer is behind bars after turning himself into police on warrants of child indecency.

According to the Texas Rangers, William Nathan Gaddis, 30, turned himself into authorities, Friday, after warrants for his arrest were issued.

Gaddis  is accused of indecency with a child on two different occasions when he was a resource officer at Sulphur Springs ISD.

The suspect is being held in the Hopkins County Jail on $50,000 bond.
 

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It would seem a few school employees are infinitely more dangerous to our children and grandchildren than the relatively small group of crazy people who take guns into school buildings. Would seem to be more prudent, given the number of on-going incidents reporting indecency with children, to have morality "police" as well as security forces monitoring what goes on in public schools. Also seems puzzling as to how many Texas men are hell-bent on destroying the trust of these little ones..

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