Tempe high school employee accused of offering money to minor for sex acts
PHOENIX – An employee at a Tempe high school was accused of offering to pay a minor for a sexual act and arrested, police said.
Dustin Johnson, 40, who worked at McClintock High School in the athletic department at the time of his arrest Monday, was booked on one count of child sex trafficking and one count of money laundering, authorities said.
The Tempe Police Department said in a press release that so far no one else had been identified as a potential victim.
“We will continue to work closely with the Tempe Union School District as this investigation moves forward,” a police spokesperson said.
No other details were made available.