After an elementary school teacher in the San Fernando Valley was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of sexually abusing a child, the Los Angeles Police Department is asking any other possible victims to come forward.
According to a news statement from the LAPD, Giancarlo Corsi, 57, a teacher at Harding Street Elementary School, was charged on Tuesday with repeatedly touching a pupil in a neighbouring class in an improper manner during the academic year 2004–2005, according to a news statement from the LAPD.
Corsi, who is suspected of engaging in indecent conduct with a kid in a classroom, taught in San Fernando Valley schools from 1992 to 2006, took an 11-year break, and then started teaching again in 2017, according to police.
At some point, he accepted a post-hiatus position at Harding Street Elementary.
Corsi is being detained without bond after being accused of engaging in sexual behaviour with a minor.
Detectives are asking anybody with information to contact them at (818) 374-5415. To reach the LAPD after hours, dial 877-LAPD-24-7 (5273).
Call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477) or go to lacrimestoppers.org to provide information anonymously.