HOUSTON—An Elsik High School economics teacher is accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with one of his students, according to the Alief ISD Police Department.
Jeffrey Nicholas Guzman, 32, is charged with felony improper relationship with a student.
Police said Guzman victimized a 17-year-old student who was a senior last year.
Guzman also sent the teen sexually-explicit text messages and pictures of himself partially-clothed, according to court documents.
The teen told police Guzman drove to her home on March 2, 2012 and the two kissed in the parking lot. While in the vehicle, the teen saw two child safety seats in the back of Guzman’s tan Toyota 4Runner.
Guzman began to inappropriately touch the teen then, fearing someone might see them, decided to move to another location. The touching and kissing continued at the second location until the teen ended it and said she wanted to go home.
After the inappropriate relationship was discovered, the teen turned her cell phone over to an investigator with the U.S. Secret Service Forensic Laboratory as evidence.
The investigator retrieved the photos Guzman sent and multiple “sext” messages.
Police had enough evidence to bring charges against Guzman. His bail was set at $30,000.
Two more young women have come forward and admitted to having a sexual relationship with Guzman, according to court documents.
Both said they were 18 years old and also in the 12th grade when the offenses occurred.