Accusations of inappropriate teacher behavior have tripled statewide since 2007, according to Ohio Department of Education records.
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Unprofessional conduct cases investigated by the Ohio Department of Education
2011 - 754
2010 - 595
2009 - 699
2008 - 357
2007 - 250
2011 - 43
2010 - 65
2009 - 80
2008 - 100
2007 - 81
- Brian Rohrback, 28, of Beavercreek, is a former substitute teacher who taught in multiple school districts in Greene County. In October, the Beavercreek resident was indicted in U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, for two counts of coercion and enticement; two counts of distribution of child pornography; one count of possession of child pornography; and one count of criminal forfeiture. Investigators said Rohrback had 480 images of child pornography on his computer and they found several e-mail conversations he had with teen boys about having sex. Rohrback, who pleaded guilty, is being held in the Montgomery County Jail. His next court date is unknown.
- Kristin Mastin, 38, is a former high school guidance counselor with Tecumseh Local Schools. In 2011, she was sentenced to five years probation in Clark County Common Pleas Court after she was charged with three counts of sexual battery. Mastin admitted to authorities that she had sex witha 16-year-old male student. Authorities said the sexual battery incidents occurred between October and November of 2010. Her teacher’s license was permanently revoked.
- Anthony Parker, 36, is a former Northeastern High School teacher who was sentenced to 15 years in prison in Clark County Common Pleas Court after he was indicted for four counts of sexual battery in 2010. Authorities said Parker, a former social studies teacher, engaged in a sexual relationship with a student. His teacher’s license was permanently revoked.
- El-Mon Jamil Prier, 39, of Middletown, is a former aide at Middletown High School and held substitute teaching certificates from 1997 to 2006. This week he pleaded guilty to two attempted sexual battery charges in Butler County Common Pleas Court after authorities said he had sexual contact with an 18-year-old student. He is scheduled to be sentenced on April 23.
- David “Jamie” Wagner, 32, of Monroe, served three years in prison after he was convicted in 2008 of sexual battery in Butler County Common Pleas Court. Wagner is a former Madison High School teacher and softball coach who authorities said had sex with a 17-year-old female student. As a part of his guilty plea, Wagner agreed to surrender his teaching license.
- Kelsey Hartmann, 27, of Centerville, was arrested and jailed, pending the formal filing of three felony charges of sexual battery in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Last year, the Wayne Spanish teacher was allegedly caught performing a sex act on a 16-year-old student while in her vehicle near Canal Lock Park. She is free on bond, while her case makes its way to grand jury.
- James Zaborowski, a former Urbana High School teacher, was sentenced to three years probation in 2011 in Champaign County Common Pleas Court after he hid sexually explicit images of minors from investigators. The case against him started in 2009 when investigators accused Zaborowski of having inappropriate contact with a teenage student via e-mail. He ended up surrendering his teacher’s license and his pupil activity supervisor permit.
- Michael Weaver, 43, of Washington Twp., is a former Centerville High School teacher and former girls golf coach for Centerville City Schools. In January, He was indicted on three counts of sexual battery n Montgomery County Common Pleas Court after an adult victim reported to Centerville police that alleged sexual activity took place between her and Weaver during her sophomore year at the high school. Weaver, who is on paid administrative leave, was arrested, but released from jail after posting bond. His next court date is Friday.
- Stacy Lynn Schuler, 32, of Springboro, is a former Mason High School physical education and health teacher and at one time workd as a trainer for Alter High School in Kettering. She served some time in prison after she was convicted in Warren County Common Pleas Court on 16 counts of sexual battery and three misdemeanor offenses involving underage persons in 2011. Authorities said Schuler committed sex acts with five Mason Students, most of them football players. The acts took place off school property and on five occasions in 2010.