ROCKFORD, Mich. — Michigan State Police in Rockford say they are investigating a criminal sexual conduct complaint against a Fremont Public Schools administrator.
Police say they took the complaint from an employee of the district on Monday. The name of the accused has not been released.
Fremont Public Schools Superintendent Ken Haggart said the complaint involves two administrative staff members, neither of which are teachers. He said the alleged incident didn’t take place on school grounds or during school hours.
The district didn’t believe the complaint was a criminal matter, so school officials didn’t contact police.
Police tell FOX 17 that the complaint originated at Pathfinder Elementary School.
The accused staff member is on administrative leave pending the outcome of the district’s internal investigation.