Police on Sunday captured an educators helper who meets expectations at Sto-Rox Middle School on charges that he had intercourse with and sent express messages to a 13-year-old young lady.
Matthew R. Bertovich, 24, of Robinson purportedly met the casualty, an understudy at the center school, through a class in which he was helping understudies with exceptional needs, Allegheny County police investigators working with Stowe police said in a criminal grievance.
Sto-Rox School District Superintendent Terry DeCarbo posted an announcement on the area’s site that says the locale put Bertovich on managerial leave Saturday when authorities educated of the allegations.
“He won’t be allowed on school property, at school occasions, or to have contact with locale understudies or staff while this matter is under scrutiny,” DeCarbo composed. “It would be ideal if you know the wellbeing and security of all region understudies and staff are the essential concern of the leading body of school chiefs and organization.”
The young lady told police she and Bertovich began trading messages on Facebook in February. At a certain point, they asserted to be wiped out so they could play hooky; Bertovich went to the young lady’s home and engaged in sexual relations with her, powers said.
The criminal grumbling said Bertovich and the young lady engaged in sexual relations different times in her home when she was home alone. He had enlightened her not to tell anybody regarding their relationship on the grounds that he could go to penitentiary, the protest said.
Police said Bertovich sent the young lady express messages and photos of his private parts over Facebook, and influenced her to send unequivocal pictures back. The young lady’s mom discovered the messages May 15 and called police, who talked with the young lady and got a capture warrant for Bertovich on Saturday.
Bertovich was captured Sunday on a rundown of charges, including assault, statutory rape, purposely allowing a kid to photo a sex demonstration, institutional rape of a minor and debasement of a minor.
Court records indicated he was being held in Allegheny County Jail, not able to post $80,000 safeguard. He didn’t have a lawyer recorded.