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Lawsuit: Red flags raised about school volunteer's behavior

A lawsuit filed against Prince George’s County Public Schools claims that the predatory behavior of a volunteer aide, who is now facing child sex abuse and pornography charges, was well known by students, teachers and parents and even reported to the school’s principal.

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