New charges for ex-Plainfield teacher accused of teen’s sexual assault | #teacher | #children | #kids


A former Plainfield middle school teacher charged in October with sexually assaulting a former student and engaging in “inappropriate behavior” with other teens was arrested again late last month on similar charges also involving a juvenile.

Craig McCue, of North Stonington, was charged on Dec. 29 by state police with fourth-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor, according to an arrest warrant application filed at Troop E in Montville.

The arrest stemmed from previous statements made by a former Plainfield Central School student who told Plainfield police McCue drove him to a North Stonington gas station sometime between September 2020 and February and pressured him to show his penis, the report states.

The student said McCue, who was the boy’s freshman history teacher at the time, displayed his own genitalia and groped the teen’s scrotum, state police said. The boy said McCue on a different occasion in Moosup touched his penis, an allegation that led to his arrest by Plainfield police on numerous charges.

McCue, 31, was charged in October by Plainfield police with two counts of fourth-degree sexual assault and seven counts of risk of injury. Police said McCue had “several inappropriate” relationships over a period between September 2020 and May with three minors, including the alleged victim cited in the new state police arrest documents.



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