Substitute teacher spotted on “To Catch a Predator”

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PLYMOUTH, IN (WBND) — A Michiana substitute teacher is jobless after somebody contacted Plymouth High School, tipping them off to one of their subs being seen on a 2007 episode of NBC’s “To Catch a Predator”.

We have learned that 61-year-old Stanley Kendall was caught on videotape trying to lure a child in Murphy, Texas.

The superintendent of Plymouth Community School Corporation, Dan Tyree, says that he is very disappointed with the entire situation.
Superintendent Tyree and the Penn-Harris-Maddison School Corporation had a letter sent home to parents Friday stating that Stanley Kendall lives in Warsaw and has been substituting in Indiana schools.

“We contacted Penn Schools because the individual was to substitute at their schools today,” said Tyree.

Many people are wondering how Kendall was able to start subbing in the area with an incident such as this following him and Superintendent Tyree says he’s looking to get to the bottom of that.

“And on Monday, we will be talking with Safe Hiring Solutions, the company that we use to do criminal history checks to see why this individual was able to get through their criminal history,” said Tyree.

The letter that was sent home states that the charges against Kendall in Texas were dropped due to technicalities with the case.
Plymouth Police Department is now taking over the investigation.

By Eric Bellinger

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