Last Updated on May 7, 2022
A Northern California teacher was arrested last month after being accused of having “inappropriate relations” with two students. The Tracy Police Department announced the teacher’s arrest in a Facebook post this past Wednesday.
Jordan Musa Dajani, 30, of Modesto, booked into Stanislaus County Jail after being accused of engaging in sexual contact with a student at West High School, in Tracy, California. The teacher has also been accused in a second incident that took place at Grace Davis High School in Modesto.
“A third relationship was uncovered during the investigations; but did not garner charges, as the involved student was an adult at the time of the alleged incidents,” said the Tracy Police Department in a statement.
The school resource officer at West High School began investigating allegations against Dajani earlier this year. On April 25, the officer was joined by Detective Brian Azevedo, who specializes in crimes against children, according to the department. “While Dajani has been arrested, this is an ongoing investigation; we are working closely with the Modesto Police Department,” the department said.
Please see attached information regarding a Tracy teacher arrested for crimes against children. pic.twitter.com/hGV3Ygb8H6
— Tracy Police Department (@tracypd) May 5, 2022
No information has been released regarding specifics of the allegations against the former Tracy teacher. Dajani began teaching at the high school in 2017 and was a teacher at Grace Davis High School from 2015 to 2017, according to police.