Jonathan Euterio Martinez Garcia: suspect in teacher attack

Jonathan Eluterio Martinez Garcia

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Jonathan Eluterio Martinez Garcia

Jonathan Euterio Martinez Garcia is the 16-year-old high school student in Las Vegas, Nevada accused of assaulting and sexually harassing a teacher on April 7, 2022.

“In the course of the investigation, the suspect was identified and CCSD-PD officers took him into custody without incident at Block 5700 of Cedar Avenue. The suspect was taken to the CCDC and charged with attempted murder, sexual assault, battery with intent to commit sexual assault, first-degree kidnapping and robbery,” the Metropolitan Police wrote in a press release.

“Anyone with information regarding this incident or who has information regarding this crime is urged to contact the Sexual Assault Unit at 702-828-3421. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555 or online,” police wrote. No photo of Garcia was released.

Here’s what you need to know:

Police say Garcia attacked the teacher after she discussed his grades with her in a classroom

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department press release dated April 8, 2022 reported that around 3:30 p.m injured teacher.”

“Arriving officers were ushered into a classroom where a woman was being treated for multiple injuries by medical staff. The victim was transported to UMC in stable condition,” the press release said.

“The LVMPD Sexual Assault Division’s investigation found that the teacher was in her classroom when a 16-year-old student walked in to discuss his grades. At one point, the suspect became violent and began beating the victim and strangling her until she lost consciousness. After the attack, the suspect fled the classroom, and the victim was later found by another staff member.

The superintendent said he was ‘devastated’

Clark County School District Superintendent Dr. Jesus Jara, published a letter to county staff about the attack on April 8, 2022, according to Fox 5 Las Vegas. The letter read:

Dear CCSD staff,

The safety of all students and staff at Clark County School District (CCSD) is our top priority. I am devastated and the CCSD family is in pain for the teacher who was assaulted at Eldorado High School. Our hearts are heavy for the violence against her and we pray for her full recovery. As I have previously stated, “acts of violence, assault, and bullying will not be tolerated in the Clark County School District and those who choose to engage in these activities will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.” While this incident is now in the hands of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, you can rest assured that this suspect will be held accountable for his actions. Once again, let me be clear that violence will not be tolerated in Clark County schools, or against our students or staff.

Fox 5 reported that concerns about violence against teachers are growing in the district.

According to KTNV, Eldorado High School Principal Christina Brockett also released a statement. This is the school where the attack took place. It is reading,

The past 24 hours have been a difficult time for our school community. I would like to take a moment to thank our employees who helped respond to the terrible situation and helped a colleague in need. We do everything we can to support our students, staff and community.

I want the Eldorado family to know that this is an isolated case. The suspect was arrested thanks to the quick work of the CCSD police.

Eldorado is a great school with students and staff who are here to support one another. While it will take time, we will work through this and bring forth a stronger Sundevil family.

Counseling resources are available on campus today and are available to those who would like this support after spring break.

If you or someone you know needs help or support during spring break, you can also contact:

Connection Line: (702) 799-6632 to speak to a caring counselor or social worker from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m
Care Solace: []
Mobile Crisis Response Team: (702) 486-7865
Nevada Crisis Line: (775) 784-8090
In addition, Safe Voice is available 24/7 for parents, students and teachers at [] or by calling (833) 216-7233.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Clark County Education Association and Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak are calling for a safer environment for teachers because of “an increase in fighting and gunfire on campus in the Clark County School District.”

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