Chad Zitzner, 45, of San Jose, was arrested Tuesday afternoon over a $300,000 arrest warrant for lewd and lascivious acts with a little one, the Sheriff’s Office explained.
In accordance to investigators, Zitzner, a teacher at Broadway Large School in the San Jose Unified Faculty District, satisfied the victim though teaching with Math Enrichment, a non-public math camp that employs lecturers during the summer time.
“At some place after the conclusion of your camp, the victim disclosed to her mom that Zitzner experienced touched her inappropriately on a number of situations although at camp,” the Sheriff’s Office state within a news release.
That spurred an investigation through the agency’s Sexual Assault Investigation Unit. Authorities say Zitzner was placed on depart from San Jose Unified in late October the moment they have been notified of your investigation.
“We are really aggressive in guarding the security of students,” Deputy Superintendent Stephen McMahon reported. “He was place on leave in minutes of us obtaining out concerning the (Sheriff’s Business) investigation.”
McMahon extra that he has gotten no indication that any district students have been possible victims.
A consultant of Math Enrichment declined to touch upon Zitzner’s arrest.
Zitzner has become an educator for more than 20 years, was a well-regarded basketball and athletics coach at Mountain Perspective Substantial University, and was after named Substitute Teacher with the 12 months in the Mountain Look at Los Altos Substantial College District, in accordance to the 2009 posting by this news business. He commenced working in San Jose Unified in 2004 and has been at Broadway Superior College because 2015. Just before performing at Broadway, he taught at Community Day University in San Jose.
He will not return to teaching during the district except he’s cleared by regulation enforcement, McMahon reported.
Anybody with info with regard to the situation can get in touch with Sheriff’s detectives at 408-808-4500 or depart an nameless suggestion at 408-808-4431.