Asst. principal accused of peeping in homes

March 14, 2008 11:23:09 AM PDT
A middle school assistant principal has been arrested for allegedly peeping in windows of homes.John Jeffrey Jones, a Garcia Middle School employee, was arrested by Sugar Land Police at 6am. He's been charged with two counts of disorderly conduct.

According to police, they received a call Thursday morning that someone was looking in windows of houses in the Ragus Lakes subdivision. Police set up surveillance in the area and reportedly caught Jones peeping in a window on Erin Court. A woman and children were in the home at the time.

Police say Jones confessed having done this before.

Jones was placed on administrative leave with pay. On Friday, he resigned his position, effective immediately.

Jones has been with the Fort Bend Independent School District for 17 years and at Garcia Middle School for three years.

Principal Viretta West sent a letter home with students, making parents aware of the arrest.

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