Fourth Grade Teacher, Xavier Alexander, Arrested in Palm Beach County After Soliciting Two-Year Old For Sex
On April 1, a Florida teacher was arrested and charged with “solicitation of a minor and traveling to meet a minor.” He is currently housed at the Main Detention Center in West Palm Beach.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBCSO), Xavier Dante Alexander, 28, allegedly attempted to solicit sex, via the internet, from a two-year-old and was willing to travel.
Today, Thursday, April 1, 2021, detectives from the Special Victims Unit, arrested Xavier Donte Alexander, DOB:…
The disgusting educator taught fourth grade at Grove Park Elementary School, according to the PBCSO. He also offered childcare services through Care.com.
Detectives haven’t released details behind the alleged solicitation accusations against the man regarding the two-year-old.
Palm Beach County School District issued a statement regarding Alexander’s arrest, saying it was “shocked and appalled,” ABC 25 reported.
“The School District of Palm Beach County is cooperating fully with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, which is the lead agency in the investigation of Xavier Donte Alexander.
The District is shocked and appalled by the nature of the crimes for which Alexander was arrested.
While the crimes that Alexander is accused of committing did not occur on school property and did not involve District students, Grove Park administrators reached out to parents of students in Alexander’s class immediately after learning of his arrest. The District is also offering families support services.
In addition to criminal charges, Xavier Alexander is now subject to a professional standards investigation by the District.
He will not be returning to the School District as a teacher, or in any other capacity, pending the outcome of the criminal investigation.”
Alexander is facing two felony charges in accordance with the “Computer Pornography and Child Exploitation Prevention Act.”
He is being held on a $1 million bond– $500,000 per charge.
The PBCSO stated that it believed there could be “additional victims” and urged families to come forward.
If you have information, please contact Detective Malory Wildove at 561-688-4079, WildoveM@pbso.org or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.