Teacher Confesses to Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Female Student at Doral Charter School; Penetrated In Classroom Storage closet

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Daniel Fernandez
The subject, Daniel Fernandez, 36, of Miami, has been arrested and charged accordingly. Detectives urge anyone that may have been victimized by this individual to call 911 or the Special Victim’s Bureau at (305) 715-3300. The investigation continues.

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FL – The Miami-Dade Police Department Special Victims Bureau has arrested a teacher for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student at a charter school. According to investigators, the 14-year-old student came forward and alleged that her eighth grade teacher touched her in a lewd and lascivious manner throughout the school year. On one occasion, the teacher took the student into a storage closet and began to touch her under her clothing.

The subject, Daniel Fernandez, 36, of Miami, has been arrested and charged accordingly. Detectives say Fernandez confessed to the allegations and urge anyone that may have been victimized by this individual to call 911 or the Special Victim’s Bureau at (305) 715-3300. The investigation continues.

According to affidavit, on at least one occasion, Fernandez, Digital penetrated the student while in a storage closet in the classroom. Digital penetration is considered the use of fingers to sexually penetrate the vagina or anus of a person.



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