Arizona high school employee accused of child sex trafficking

TEMPE, Ariz. — An employee with an Arizona high school is accused of offering a minor cash in return for a sexual act, authorities said.

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Dustin Johnson, 40, who worked in the athletic department at McClintock High School in Tempe, was arrested Monday and charged with one count of child sex trafficking and one count of money laundering, the Tempe Police Department said in a news release.

School officials said Johnson was the equipment manager in the athletic department of the high school, KSAZ reported. Johnson is no longer employed by the district, police said.

According to police, no other victims have been identified, KNXV reported. It is unclear whether the minor involved was a student at the school, according to the television station.

“This individual (Johnson) has been terminated from employment and has not been on campus since Nov. 10,” officials from the Tempe Union High School District said in a statement.

An investigation is ongoing, police said.

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