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Ex-teacher charged in Claremont sex assault had felony record
He was arrested in 2005, the federal complaint says, for stealing items such as night vision goggles and lasers — primarily for use by military and law enforcement personnel — from his part-time security guard job at Insight Technology in Londonderry.
LeBlanc pleaded guilty and was fined $100.
He said according to state law, only murder, kidnapping, sexual assault, child pornography, child abuse or any other crimes having to do with children are reported to the schools.
If any are reported to an SAU or school district that do not fall under the state statue, it is up to school officials to decide whether to hire the person or allow them to volunteer.
In the 5th Circuit Court District Division in Newport Tuesday afternoon, LeBlanc waived his right to a probable cause hearing on four counts of felonious sexual assault.
In the end, the judge reduced LeBlanc’s bail from $250,000 cash-only to $150,000 cash-only.
The case is now bound over to Sullivan County Superior Court.
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