Marion County School Employee Accused Of Molesting Girl
A lunchroom monitor at a Marion county school is facing charges after police say he inappropriately touched a nine-year-old student.
Deputies were called to Sparr Elementary School Thursday when a student reported Steven Walker, 60, of Ocala, touched her during school.
Police said Walker took things too far when the student was showing Walker her fake tattoo.
(judge cochran-marion co sheriff's office)
"The little girl had a fake tattoo on her chest area and the witness say Mr. Walker went over he touched the tattoo with his fingers, but then he went beyond that and wouldn't let the little girl get away until the other students took notice of what was going on and then at that point he let the little girl go,"
Walker is on paid leave from Marion county schools, and is charged with lewd and lascivious molestation.
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