The Sharpstown High School Spanish teacher who is accused of having improper relationships with at least three male students has been arrested, according to John Cannon of HPD.
Officials say Ysiodoro Rosales-Motola was arrested late Friday evening at a Motel 6 located at 22105 Katy Freeway.
Authorities say when Motola was arrested he complained of chest pains and was taken to Ben Taub Hospital.
The Harris County District Attorney's Office said warrants have been issued for Rosales-Motola, 56, who is wanted for one count of indecency of a child and two counts of improper relationship with a student. The DA's office said the charges stem from three separate incidents which occurred in May and October. All three incidents involved male students.
Sharpstown High School's principal, assistant principal and a counselor have been charged with failing to report child abuse.
Officials said Principal Rob Gasparello, 58, and assistant principals Silvio Leiva, 50, and Jason Thomson, 28, were all arrested Thursday afternoon.
According to criminal complaints, two students told Gasparello that Rosales-Motola, a Spanish teacher, had touched them inappropriately. Documents show Thomas and Leiva helped those students translate their allegations to Gasparello.
Court records state that on October 3, a 17-year-old boy reported that he was inappropriately touched by Rosales-Motola in his classroom when the student stayed after school.
According to court documents, on October 10, another 17-year-old boy told his ESL teacher that Rosales-Motola used his hand to touch the boy inappropriately after school in the teacher's classroom. The student and the ESL teacher then told Principal Gasparello and Thomson about what had happened.
Detectives say Gasparello and Thomson did not report the alleged incident to police.
Houston police began investigating on October 24 after they learned about the allegations.
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