Teacher passed dirty notes to 7th grade girls, police say


Teachers are usually responsible for busting middle school kids jacked up on hormones for passing too many notes in class. Now one of them is accused of passing his own inappropriate notes to the younger ladies in class. A Buffalo Community Middle School teacher is accused of passing dirty notes to 12- and 13-year-old girls, police said.

The two girls turned the notes over to the school and apparently didn't know who the notes were from. School officials don't believe there was any other contact or inappropriate behavior between the girls and the teacher.

Few details were released about the contents of the notes, but officials are calling them sexually explicit. The teacher has been at the school since the early 1980s. He is on paid administrative leave.

"There appears to be sufficient evidence to pursue criminal charges," Police Chief Mitchell P. Weinzetl said in a news release, published in the Star Tribune.