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Police Launching 'Extensive Investigation' After 4 New Allegations Against Former AISD Teacher

Updated: Monday, June 23 2014, 11:13 AM CDT

Mon. 11 a.m. UPDATE: Two new charges of indecency with a child have been filed against former AISD teacher Alfredo Andrade-Gaytan.

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2:55 p.m. UPDATE: According to online records, Alfredo Andrade-Gaytan has bonded out of jail and is no longer in custody.

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EARLIER:

Four more allegations against a former Austin ISD teacher have school officials doing what they call an extensive investigation. Police say all four students are from Walnut Creek Elementary, the same school where he last taught.

On Wednesday morning, Austin ISD Police tell us as they get new information they are contacting parents. The goal now is to follow every lead while also building confidence and putting parents at ease. The big question Wednesday morning: will there be any more charges against Alfredo Andrade-Gaytan? Right now he's in the Travis County jail, charged with one count of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.

AISD Police tell us this will be "an extensive investigation" since Andrade-Gaytan worked at five schools over nine years with the district. They plan to follow any and all leads. This morning they urge parents to talk to their kids.

"I have kids and I always ask my children, my girls, what's going on at school, what's happened today?" said Capt. Christian Evoy, the Assistant Chief of the Austin ISD Police Department. "If you talk with your kids, you know how they behave and if they're holding something, you really need to push them to say 'Hey what's going on?' That's the key."

Capt. Evoy says parents also want to be on the lookout if their son or daughter is acting strange or if they don't want to go to school and report it.

Police Launching 'Extensive Investigation' After 4 New Allegations Against Former AISD Teacher


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