CMS Teacher Receives 6 Additional Charges ⋆ American Lens

CMS Teacher Receives 6 Additional Charges

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Charles Ray Naas, Jr. via MCSO

A CMS teacher has had 6 additional charges added to the record.

American Lens previously reported that Charles Ray Naas, 26, was arrested on July 1st on one count indecent liberties with a student and one count of engaging in sex with a student. Both charges are felonies.

Law enforcement officials say they’ve added 6 additional counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor to the CMS teacher.  More victims are still being sough by law enforcement.

“During the investigation, detectives obtained information and evidence which led them to obtaining additional warrants for Naas’ arrest,” according to a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department statement.

Naas was a 6th Grade Language Arts Teacher at Alexander Graham Middle School in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district.

What Led to Arrest of CMS Teacher

Allegedly, Naas instructed a 13-year-old student to go through a physical exam during a “tutoring” session in Naas’ home on June 27th. Warrant details of the alleged incident say that Naas made the student sign a form promising to keep what happened during the tutoring session private and not to tell from his family and friends.

According to the warrant, Naas gave the boy a second form, which he claimed was an official CMS form for a physical exam for the tutoring camp. Naas allegedly examined the 13-year-old boy in his underwear. Naas checked his height, weight and pulse.

According to the warrant, Naas put on medical-type gloves and told the student he had to examine the boy’s genitals –  without underwear.

That same night, the 13 year-old victim told his parents what had happened.  The following day, the family informed the principal of Alexander Graham Middle School, Bob Folk.  CMS Police became involved on June 20th, according to the warrant.

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