Peeping case against school janitor bound to grand jury - WKRN News 2

Peeping case against school janitor bound to grand jury

Posted: Updated: Jan 22, 2014 12:10 PM CST
FRANKLIN, Tenn. -

A Williamson County grand jury will hear the case against the Scales Elementary School janitor arrested earlier this month for peeping in a girls' bathroom.

Victor Alvarado, 48, was found hiding in the crawlspace above the ceiling in the bathroom on January 10.

Investigators also found missing ceiling tiles in a faculty restroom and other female bathrooms throughout the school.

Alvarado worked for Cleveland-based GCA Education Services, a custodial firm that contracts with Williamson County Schools, but was terminated from his position shortly after his arrest.

He is charged with observation without consent.

He appeared in court on Wednesday during which his case was bound to a grand jury.

Prior to his arrest, Alvarado had two complaints filed against him for behaving inappropriately toward students.

Scales parents with additional complaints should contact the Williamson County Sheriff's Office.

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