High school teacher busted for ‘inappropriate’ conversations, sending sexually explicit images to minor girls

A California high school teacher has been arrested for having inappropriate conversations with girls, including sending sexual images to at least one.

Robert Duvall, 54, taught in the Hanford Joint Union High School District but as off work and staying out of the area, once an investigation was launched on July 30, according to the Hanford Sentinel.

He was arrested in Rancho Mirage on August 19 and booked into the Riverside County jail on a $100,000 bail. He bailed out on August 20.

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Duvall is charged with contacting a minor to commit a felony, sending obscene material to seduce a minor, and annoying/molesting a minor.

Investigators were told that Duvall had inappropriate conversations with three girls via electronic communications.

Hanford police are continuing to investigate and ask anyone with any information to contact the detective unit at (559) 585-2540 or Detective A. Ortega at (559) 585-4724.

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[Featured image: Robert Duvall/Hanford Police Department]