NORCO, Calif. – A Corona-Norco Unified School District employee was arrested for an inappropriate sexual relationship with a high school student.
The school administration became aware of the possible inappropriate relationship in May 2019, and immediately notified authorities. The employee, a library clerk at John F. Kennedy Middle College High School in Norco was allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student. Through investigation it was learned that 33-year-old, Kyle Kammers began interacting with the student at the school.
The communication between Kammers and the student continued through text messages and social media. “During some of their interactions, it was alleged Kammers started a sexual relationship with the student and received multiple inappropriate photographs of the minor,” Sheriff officials said.
On Thursday, June 20, 2019, a search warrant was served at Kammers home in the 3300 block of July Drive. Kammers was located at his home and taken into custody. He was booked into jail for sexual assault on a minor.
This investigation was a collaborated effort between investigators assigned to the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department’s Computer & Technology Crime High-Tech Response Team (CATCH). This is still an active
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