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Robert Vandel a former teacher from the Atlanta metropolitan area who previously pleaded guilty to a child sex abuse case in Fulton County, pleaded guilty Thursday in a second case in Cherokee County. The 64-year-old pleaded guilty to two counts of child molestation in a case stemming from his time at Lyndon Academy in Holly Springs. Two additional charges, of sexual assault against a child under the age of 16, were dismissed as part of the guilty plea.
The minor victim made a shock statement in court Thursday, and Vandel was later sentenced to eight years in prison to run concurrently with his 10-year prison sentence for pleading guilty in the Fulton County case. Vandel was first arrested on rape and other charges for assaulting a student at the Fulton Academy of Science and Technology (FAST) charter school in Roswell. He later faced additional charges tied to the second victim while he was teaching at Lyndon Academy.
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The age of Robert Vandel is 64 years.
Robert Vandel pleads guilty in second sexual abuse
After his arrest in the Roswell case in November 2021, Holly Springs police said they “were made aware of possible inappropriate conduct directed at a student enrolled at Lyndon Academy.” The department said the victim “identified Robert Vandel as the suspect.” After a “thorough investigation,” they were able to obtain arrest warrants for the two new charges.
Fulton County arrest warrants claimed that Vandel was having online conversations with several students while at FAST. He also indicated that Vandel’s classroom used to be in a trailer outside the main building, and several students were seen going to the trailer during recess, lunch and after school. The warrant alleged that Vandel kept cockroaches, lizards, and a hedgehog in his classroom to encourage students to spend time there when they were not in class, and that he also gave students candy and ice cream when they visited his classroom. .
At his Fulton County sentencing, Vandel was ordered to spend the rest of his life on probation and on the sex offender registry. “You will not be allowed any unsupervised contact with minors, any contact with victims or their families, and may never serve in a capacity where you have access to children,” Roswell police wrote in a Facebook post after that the culprit plea in that caseRead More……..