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Keller, TX - Bear Creek Intermediate School Band Director, Jedidiah Maus, Charged With Sexual Misconduct With Multiple Students

Keller, TX - Bear Creek Intermediate School Band Director, Jedidiah Maus, Charged With Sexual Misconduct With Multiple Students
Published: April 1, 2022
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on April 1, 2022

Band Director Charged With Exposing Himself To Multiple Students

According to Fort Worth Star-Telegram, a former band director has been accused of indecency with the students he taught at Bear Creek Intermediate School located at 801 Bear Creek Pkwy, Keller, TX 76248. 

Police arrested 36-year-old Jedidiah Maus in 2021 after multiple accounts surfaced of him exposing himself and having sexual contact with the students he taught. One student alleged that the band teacher exposed himself in the bathroom. 

During the ongoing investigation, many students came forward accusing Maus of inappropriate behavior. However, due to evidence backing up the allegations, he has been charged with only eight cases of indecency with a child. Police believe there could be more victims due to Maus teaching for over 20 years. 

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