Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office opens investigation into former Dominion High School band director
Damron, who left Dominion in January 2015, recently resigned from a teaching position in a Jacksonville, Fla., school after an internal investigative report by Duvall County Public Schools substantiated claims that Damron made sexual advances toward a student.
According to the Florida school system’s investigative report, Damron made statements about having relationships with former Dominion students and having to leave the school after being accused of sexual harassment.
The Sheriff’s Office is now investigating allegations against Damron in Loudoun County, according to Kraig Troxell, LCSO public information officer.
“The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is aware of recent accusations against a one-time Loudoun County teacher,” Troxell said. “In recent days, after allegations were made in another jurisdiction, new information has come to our attention and the Loudoun Sheriff's Office has opened up an investigation to determine if any criminal activity took place in Loudoun.”
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