A Cabarrus County teacher has been arrested on charges that include child solicitation by computer.
Jeremy Dale Flock, age 42, was arrested on Feb. 21 and charged with one count of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, one count soliciting a child by a computer, and one count possession of methamphetamine.
Second degree sexual exploitation of a minor is a Class E felony carrying a sentence of 15 to 63 months in prison.
Solicitation of a child by computer is a Class H felony with a sentence of four to 25 months in prison.
Flock remains in custody in the Cabarrus County Jail on a $250,000 bond. His next court appearance is Feb. 24.
According to law enforcement handling the case, Flock was arrested after he thought he was meeting a minor for sexual activity. He also was in possession of child pornography at the time of the arrest.
Flock is an elementary school music teacher at Carolina International School in Concord. The school is a public charter school that first opened in 2004 serving grades K-7. The school expanded and moved to a new location in 2014 in order to serve students through grade twelve.
Officials with the school indicated Flock has been suspended effective immediately.
Flock has an active teaching license on file with the state that will remain valid through 2026 unless revoked before that time.
Current Date: 02/23/2022 08:10 AM
License Number: 1219701
Name: Flock, Jeremy Dale
License Type: Educator
License Status: Current
Expiration Date: 06/30/2026
Effective Date: 07/01/2021
License Area(s): Music K-12
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