Two assistant principals in Rialto are now facing felony charges after allegedly failing to report sexual assaults on campus to authorities.
- Two assistant principals at Carter High School in Rialto are now facing felony charges after allegedly failing to report sexual assaults on campus to authorities.
- They were arrested at the school on Wednesday and are each being held on $150,000 bail.
- The district attorney’s office said the two were informed of sexual assaults that allegedly happened on campus, but didn’t alert law enforcement.
- The parents of the victim spoke with ABC7 and said they believe school officials allowed this to happen.
- A 17-year-old suspect has since been released to his parents and is facing several counts of sexual battery.
- The school district is promising a full internal investigation and the school board is also looking into an external review