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Lawsuits, problems mount for Bossier Elementary teacher accused abusing children

BOSSIER PARISH, La. - (12/3/18) The Shreveport law firm that on October 25th filed a civil suit against the Bossier Parish School Board and a former Benton Elementary School teacher for the parents and one of the children allegedly sexually assaulted by a Bossier Parish elementary school teacher has now filed two civil more lawsuits for other alleged victims.

Aubrey "Perry" Norcross, 47, who was arrested on October 17 on a charge of video voyeurism, and since has been charged with 1st degree rape, eight counts of Molestation of a Juvenile, and two counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile.  and video voyeurism, is currently being held on a $2.8 million bond at Bossier Maximum Security facility.

As with the first, both lawsuits, filed by the Morris Dewett and Savoie LLC firm, were filed on Nov. 21, but one of them is sealed.

The lawsuit that was not sealed was filed by the grandparents of one of the alleged victims, and with the exception of the plaintiff’s names and the current ages of the children, are identical.

The suits state Norcross committed “despicable acts,” and that the Bossier Parish School Board failed to train employees to recognize abuse, failed to investigate signs of abuse or misconduct that occurred on the school campus.

The lawsuits don’t ask for a specific amount of money, but instead ask for “all harms and losses caused by the defendants be repaired by judgment.”

In addition, Norcross’ wife of 14 years, filed for a divorce and custody of their one child on Nov. 16, which was granted 13 days later on Nov. 29.


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