Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Teacher Accused Of Leaving Bodily Fluids In Women's Shoes

A teacher in Virginia is accused of stealing women's shoes and returning them days later with bodily fluids inside, police said.

Kenneth Johnson III, who teaches math at Varina High School in Henrico County, allegedly removed multiple pairs of footwear that were placed on porches and by back doors in the locality, according to CBS 6.

Police said he returned them between one to three days later, Fox 6 News reported. The exact nature of the bodily fluids has not been revealed, but cops said they were not fecal and contained "biological evidence" that led police to believe the crimes were of a sexual nature, the Richmond Dispatch-Times reported.

The suspect wasn't fussy in his preferences, according to the Dispatch-Times, and allegedly stole all styles from pumps to sandals.

One victim said she saw the suspect stealing her running shoes as she returned home, and he told her that he loved their smell, per CBS 6. Another alleged she found a note, believed to be from the suspect, in one of her returned pumps. It said he was married, but that his wife's shoes didn't smell.

Henrico County police made a public appeal for information on Friday following four reports of shoe thefts, per the Times-Dispatch. They believe the total number of victims could be much higher.

Johnson gave himself up Saturday and charges are pending. Henrico County School spokesman Andy Jenks told CBS 6 that Johnson had been placed on administrative leave.

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