A previous Maryland school helper and track mentor blamed for sexually attacking a few male understudies while he was HIV positive was prosecuted Friday on more charges as the quantity of casualties has about multiplied.
The Charles County State Attorney’s Office reported Monday a 206-tally prosecution for Carlos Deangelo Bell, 30, a stark increment from the 119-forget about arraignment submitted late July.
Ringer is presently blamed for striking 42 adolescents after authorities initially revealed 24 casualties in July.
“The times of the charged casualties at the time the offenses were conferred run from 11 years of age to 17 years of age,” the express lawyer’s office said.
Of the 42 casualties, authorities said they have distinguished 28 adolescents, and 14 stay unidentified.
The ex-school help is blamed for sexually mishandling his casualties at Benjamin Stoddert Middle School, at his home and potentially at different areas between May 2015 and June 2017, police said.
While Bell purportedly sexually attacked understudies while not wearing insurance, the express lawyer’s office said they didn’t know about any of the casualties testing positive for HIV.
Examiners said a concerned parent checked her youngster’s telephone and discovered unseemly instant messages regarding Bell in November, FOX5 announced. Specialists propelled an examination in December, and Bell was expelled from La Plata High School and his instructing work on Dec. 22.
An inquiry of Bell’s work PC didn’t uncover anything suspicious, yet police said a pursuit of Bell’s home PC and electronic gadgets turned up tyke explicit entertainment, as per FOX5.
The State Attorney’s office said the charges against Bell include: 22 checks of sexual manhandle of a minor, 19 tallies of second-degree sex offense, 19 tallies of second-degree sex offenses, 7 tallies of third-degree sex offense, 97 checks of youngster smut and different offenses.
On the off chance that sentenced certain violations recorded in the arraignment, the express lawyer’s office said it would look for life in jail for Bell. He is as of now being held without bond, and is booked to be in court on Jan. 8.