Sunday, August 18, 2019
Husband of former Constitution Party candidate facing Charges of Sexual Misconduct
'Teacher accused of sexual misconduct at Pa. Capitol touched students’ buttocks, made lewd comments: police'
A Catholic high school teacher from Cambria County who is facing charges of sexual misconduct in the state Capitol is accused of touching two female students on the buttocks and making lewd comments.
That’s according to charging documents filed by Pennsylvania Capitol Police against James E. Luksik, 68, of Johnstown who
faces a dozen charges
in Dauphin County, including six felonies.
Luksik — who teaches history, geography and sociology at Bishop Carroll Catholic High School in Ebensburg, Cambria County — is the
of prominent Pennsylvania conservative activist
ran unsuccessfully for lieutenant governor in 2018
James Luksik was placed on leave from the school after the accusations against him were made in March, a Bishop Carroll official confirmed...
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August 18, 2019
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