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Arrest Warrant for Former ISD Dripping Springs Employee Issued Following Allegations of ‘Multiple Sexual Encounters’ with Student

HAYS COUNTY, TX (KXAN) — The Hayes County Sheriff’s Office issued an arrest warrant Thursday for a former ISD employee of Dripping Springs after a report accused the employee of having multiple sexual encounters with a student over a period of time. exemption from HCSO.

The former DSISD employee has been identified as Marisol Tudon Solis, 21. Solis’ official charge is human trafficking: a continuous first-degree crime.

The HCSO first received the report on November 25, 2022, and investigators worked closely with DSISD to obtain a warrant for Solis’s arrest. The HCSO confirmed that Solis has not yet been arrested.

DSISD also released its statement of the investigation below:

Today, January 5, 2023, Dripping Springs ISD was notified by the Hayes County Sheriff’s Office.
(HSCO) that an arrest warrant had been issued for Marisol Toudon Solis, a former custodian.
felony charges followed a comprehensive law enforcement investigation after the HCSO received
a report alleging that Solis engaged in illegal sexual activities with a former student.
Solis has not been on any DSISD campus since November 29, 2022 and was fired from
employment December 16, 2022 Incident believed to be isolated; However
The District and HSCO recommend that individuals who may have additional information related to this
arrest to call the sheriff’s office. Because this is an ongoing investigation, the county is not
available for further comment at this time.
Dripping Springs ISD remains committed to the safety of all students and takes
prompt and immediate action to cooperate with law enforcement to investigate and take
action when he receives child safety messages in Dripping Springs
community and all students throughout Texas.

If you have information on this investigation, please contact Sergeant Mike Andrews.
call the Hayes County Sheriff’s Office at (512) 393-7896 or submit a review on the Hayes County Sheriff’s Office app. Tipsters can also contact Crime Stoppers anonymously by calling 1-800-324-TIPS or submitting information online to P3tips.com.

On Thursday, the case remained under investigation and the HCSO said additional charges could be filed, the report said. Investigators don’t have the information to believe there were additional casualties, but they called for anyone to call the HCSO.

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