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Benicia, CA - Benicia Middle School Math Teacher, Kurt “Mike” Sindel II, Accused of Having Inappropriate Relationship wtih Minor

Benicia, CA - Benicia Middle School Math Teacher, Kurt “Mike” Sindel II, Accused of Having Inappropriate Relationship wtih Minor
Published: October 17, 2022
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on October 17, 2022

CA Middle School Teacher Arrested For Inappropriate Relationship with Student

According to KTVU, a middle school math teacher has been arrested following a suspicious relationship with a student at Benicia Middle School located at 1100 Southampton Rd, Benicia, CA 94510. 

On Friday, October 14, 2022, 56-year-old Kurt “Mike” Sindel II was arrested. Sindel had been sending harmful content allegedly including the intent to have sex with a minor. The middle school math teacher was put on administrative leave amid the investigation by the Benicia school district. No further details have been released due to the age of the victim. 

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