What Happened To David Weremay? Springfield Teacher Arrested on child rape charges
This is to inform you that a teacher from Springfield was arrested over rape charges. Yes, you read it right, a teacher at a Springfield school is facing the charges of assault and rape with a child. Since this news broke out on the internet it is making people curious to learn about it and know who is the teacher and what is his name. In this article, we covered all the imperative points related to the Springfield teacher arrest news. In addition, you will also get to read what are the charges against him. So be sticky with this page and must read down the following sections of this column.
Springfield Teacher Arrested
Springfield’s Renaissance School teacher was arrested over charges of rape of a child. He was taken into custody on Friday, 27th January 2023 at around 7 am. According to the report shared by Springfield Police spokesperson Ryan Walsh, the Springfield school teacher was at the 1100 block of Carew Street when he was captured. Now it has been a couple of weeks since he was arrested by the detectives of the Special Victims Unit at the Springfield Police Department. Scroll down the page and read about the teacher.
Who Is David Weremay?
Talking about the identity of the teacher is known as David Weremay. David is a 44 years of age man from Florence. He is accused of assaulting and raping a child. But the cliche, in this case, is that the incident dates back to 10 years ago when David Weremay was working at the Leadership Charter School which has now been closed in Springfield. Since David’s arrest news broke out people were curious to learn what was the matter and why did Springfield Police arrest him. Kindly take a look at the next section to learn the charges against the Springfield school teacher.
Azell Cavaan who is a Springfield Public Schools spokesperson told David has been placed on administrative leave since Jan 27. David has been charged with four counts of aggravated rape of a child (Statutory), five counts of Indecent Assault & battery on a person 14 or over, 2 counts of accosting/annoying another person, and Intimidation of a witness. In addition to the Springfield Police, the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department, members of the Massachusetts State Police, and the U.S. Marshals Task Force helped in the arrest of the Springfield school teacher. Stay tuned to this website for more details.