Omaha teacher denied bond after police accuse him of sexually assaulting a child

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(NBC News) – An Omaha judge denied bond Wednesday for Gregory Sedlacek, an elementary school teacher, accused of sexually assaulting a child.

Sedlacek made his first appearance in court Wednesday morning where a prosecutor said the defendant had given detectives a list of girls with whom he said he had sexual contact.

According to the prosecutor, other locations included the Pine Ridge Reservation and Sacred Heart School.

The charge stems from an alleged incident with a student at Fontenelle Elementary school where Sedlacek has been working as a first-grade teacher.

He was placed on leave at the time of his arrest this week.

He has been charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault on a child.

Prosecutors say the victim was a seven-year-old girl.

Associated Press

Associated Press

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