A Montgomery County School security assistant and track & field coach was met by the feds and taken into custody on Tuesday. While returning home from a Punta, Cana vacay, he learned he had a warrant.
Moreoever, police identify the Northwood High School coach as Giovanni Di Angelo Reumante. And he seemed surprise that the police met him on his return flight at Dulles Airport in Virginia.
Reumante, 31, a Takoma Park resident was allegedly arrested for child sex assault by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents. And sadly, Reumante’s arrest is just one of two within one week; for felony child sex assault and molestation charges according to a CBP news release. Both parents and teachers have to really be cautious about the safety and comfortability of adults around students.
Apparently, teachers need to be vetted more diligently. These stories come out every single day. While parents continue to trust that their child is safe.
Montgomery County Public Schools Department of Communications Director Chris Cram released this statement to FOX 5 on the matter:
“Mr. Giovanni D. Reumante is a Montgomery County Public Schools security assistant and track & field coach who is currently on administrative leave from Northwood High School. The news of Mr. Reumante’s arrest by Customs and Border Patrol officials is just coming to us, for this reason, and rules around personnel matters we don’t have more to say at this time.”