A Cabarrus area charter school teacher who was arrested in 2022 will have his license revoked by the state this month, according to sources at the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI).
Jeremy Dale Flock was arrested on Feb. 21, 2022, and was charged with one count of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor, one count of soliciting a child by a computer, and one count of possession of methamphetamine.
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 was re-arrested on several warrants on Mar. 4, 2022. He was issued a $225,000 secured bond which he posted and was released. A request for the Mar. 4 arrest warrant information has been placed with the Cabarrus Superior Clerk of Court. This report will be updated upon receipt of the requested documents.
In December 2o22, Flock was convicted on all three charges filed against him in February 2022. He was given a suspended sentence consisting of 30 months of supervised probation. Flock was also required to register as a sex offender.
Flock was an elementary school music teacher at Carolina International School; a charter school located in Concord.
The required certified court records for Flock’s conviction were received by state education officials on Mar. 13 and the revocation of Flock’s license was signed by State Superintendent Catherine Truitt the same day, according to NCDPI.
Despite having to wait for official records in order to revoke Flock’s teaching license, at no time following his conviction and sex offender registration was Flock teaching or working with children.
The teacher revocation listing maintained by the State Board of Education as well as the record for Flock in the state’s teacher license database will be updated accordingly as data is processed for those systems.
Additional personnel file information, as well as district and charter school communications pertaining to Flock, have been requested by the State Board of Education and NCDPI.
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