Suspicion of Sexually Abusing Child

Moreno Valley, High School Principal Arrested
The principal of March Mountain High in Moreno Valley was arrested in Yucaipa on suspicion of committing lewd acts with a child under 14 years old.
Sean Michael McMurray, has been the subject of an investigation since February by the San Bernardino County sheriff’s. After a victim reported being abused during the years 2013 through 2015.

Someones going to need a bail bond!

The detective contacted McMurray and he came in to be questioned in Yucaipa. The news release states that the inteview didn't go in his favor. He was arrested on suspicion of committing lewd acts with a child and continuous sexual abuse of a child.

Yep, I'm seeing a bail bond coming up soon.

McMurray, 42, of Riverside, was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. His bail was set $1 million.
There it is!! $1 million, you know he doesn't have that much on a principals salary. Time to get a bail bond. I hope he called Lucky Bail Riverside to get a bail bond. Lucky bail Riverside has agents throughout southern California.
Chris Weddle, spokesperson the Moreno Valley Unified School District, stated that they are attempting to notify parents and help students. They place McMurry on administrative leave and are ready to place him on mandatory unpaid leave if formal charges are filed.
Weddle also said that on-campus counseling service will be offered to students, parents, and staff.

I wonder if I should go there and pass out Lucky Bail Bonds Riverside business cards to the rest of the staff?

Anyone with information about the investigation or additional victims can call the sheriff’s station in Yucaipa, Detectives Division, at 909-918-2305. To remain anonymous, call the WeTip Hotline at 800-78-CRIME (27463) or visit the website at www.wetip.com.

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One Response to “Moreno Valley, High School Principal Arrested”

  1. Teresa Poertner

    He is definitely going to need a bail bonds I heard lucky bail in riverside California has the best bail bondsman in California especially not having 1 million dollars to bail his self out.

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