Vineland police charge VHS-South substitute teacher in sex assault of student at party
A substitute teacher has been charged with aggravated sexual assault of a student at a party, according to Vineland police. Remarno O. Chambers, 27, of Vineland, is charged with one count of aggravated sexual assault. Chambers is accused of assaulting the student at a party attended by high school students after supplying the alleged victim with “alcohol and/or drugs,” according to police.
Chambers had been a substitute teacher at Vineland High School South, on East Chestnut Avenue. Vineland Public Schools spokesman John Sbrana stated he had been teaching there since September 2010. Sbrana stated he could not comment on Chambers’ current employment status with the school district, adding the school board will review the case and come to a decision at a later date.
According to records available at Cumberland County Courthouse, Chambers had been charged in July 2006 with assault. However, the offense was later downgraded to municipal court. The records list Chambers’ address at that time as West Chestnut Avenue, in Vineland.
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