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San Anjalios, CA - Former Callan Swim School Instructor, Nicholas Piazza, Arrested For Inappropriately Touching a Child Under 14

San Anjalios, CA - Former Callan Swim School Instructor, Nicholas Piazza, Arrested For Inappropriately Touching a Child Under 14
Published: October 7, 2022
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on October 7, 2022

CA Swim Instructor Arrested For Inappropriately Touching a Young Child

According to NBC San Diego, the San Diego County Sheriff's Office arrested a former swim instructor from Callan Swim School at 335 S Rancho Santa Fe Rd, San Anjalios, CA 92078. 

On September 29, 2022, 19-year-old Nicholas Piazza was arrested on charges including performing lewd acts on a child under 14, committing a felony while on bail, and contempt of court. A parent of a child taking private swim lessons from Piazza reported to police that the instructor sexually assaulted her 7-year-old son. The abuse was said to occur on two separate occasions between September 7 and September 25. 

This was not Piazza's first time being accused of sex crimes with his students. In July 2021, he was accused of inappropriately touching a child while employed with the Callan Swim School. The school was notified of the accusations spurring a criminal investigation. 

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Filing Lawsuits For Victims Sexually Abused By a Swim Instructor

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