Roswell music teacher was charged with child molestation www.privateofficer.com
Roswell GA Aug 30 2011 A Roswell music teacher was charged with molesting one of his students; and police believe there may be more victims.
Roswell police charged Mr. Brannon Robert Steck, 34, of 240 Glenn Holly Drive, with child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes, sexual assault and aggravated sexual battery, spokesman Lt. James McGhee said.
Mr. Steck, who was arrested at his home last week, remained in the Fulton County jail Monday without bond, Roswell police spokeswoman Ms. Lisa Holland said.
The alleged assaults happened more than a year ago, but the Department of Family and Children Services was only notified last month, Ms. Holland said.
DFACS officials then called the police department in late July.
Investigators said Mr. Steck, who was a teacher at Holcomb Bridge Middle School, repeatedly assaulted the girl who was under the age of 16.
But it was unclear how long the alleged assaults have been going on, and Ms. Holland did not know where they happened.
Mr. Steck stopped teaching at the middle school last year who was a self-employed music teacher, Ms. Holland said. He was not married and lived alone, Ms. Holland said.
Now investigators are checking to see if there are more victims.
“He was a teacher at a school, so you never know,” Ms. Holland said.