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Police Arrest Milwaukie High School Teacher on Sex Abuse ChargesSalem-News.com
Readers are advised to remember that this individual has been charged, but not convicted of the allegations listed in this report.
(CLACKAMAS, Ore.) - Milwaukie Police arrested a Milwaukie High School teacher today, 58-year old Hector Manuel Osuna-Bonilla, on six counts of misdemeanor Sex Abuse III, and one count of misdemeanor Attempted Sex Abuse III stemming from an ongoing criminal investigation initiated in December 2009. He was charged and booked into the Clackamas County Jail.
According to a police press release, the North Clackamas School District notified the Milwaukie Police Department that it had received reports from students alleging possible sex abuse involving a teacher.
When the allegations of abuse were reported, the school district placed the teacher on immediate administrative leave, pending the outcome of the police investigation. With the full cooperation of Milwaukie High School and the North Clackamas School District, the Milwaukie Police investigated the allegations, determining that Hector Manuel Osuna-Bonilla victimized three female students at the school. The incidents took place on the Milwaukie High School campus over a one year time period. The investigation is continuing.
Oregon Criminal Code (Oregon Revised Statute 163-415) defines the misdemeanor charge of Sexual Abuse in the third degree as:
"A person commits the crime of sexual abuse in the third degree if the person subjects another person to sexual contact and:
(a) The victim does not consent to the sexual contact; or
(b) The victim is incapable of consent by reason of being under 18 years of age."
The ORS definition of "‘sexual contact' means any touching of the sexual or other intimate parts of a person or causing such person to touch the sexual or intimate parts of the actor for the purpose of arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of either party."
Editor's note: Readers are advised to remember that this individual has been charged, but not convicted of the allegations listed above. It is standard practice to publish these stories, especially because it can lead to the discovery of other victims. We have reported similar arrests that in the end did not lead to a conviction, so please bear in mind that the point of this story is only to relay the allegations of police.
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