St. Paul school employee accused of 'inappropriate communications' with student

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A Capitol Hill Magnet School employee is on leave after being accused of "inappropriate communications and actions" involving a student.

Principal Patrick Bryan sent an email to parents on Monday, saying that they learned about the accusations on April 25 and immediately contacted the St. Paul Police Department and began a district investigation. The principal said the employee was placed on leave the next day.

The principal says the family of the student was notified, but he is unable to provide any other details. 

The St. Paul police report is dated April 26, and categorizes the investigation as CSC (criminal sexual conduct).

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