LAPD Seeks Additional Victims of Catholic High School Teacher Accused of Sexually Abusing Students in Mission Hills

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A teacher at a Catholic high school in Mission Hills is accused of sexually abusing students over the course of several years, and police say there may be more victims.

Ex-teacher William Eick, seen in a photo released by LAPD on May 3, 2017, is accused of sexually abusing students at Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills.

William Maclyn Murphy Eick, who was a teacher at Bishop Alemany High School between 2009 and 2016, is accused of “taking advantage of his teaching position” and engaging students in having sexual intercourse with him, the Los Angeles Police Department said Wednesday in a released statement. On Tuesday Eick turned himself into authorities and posted bail later in the day.

Detectives believe Eick may have more victims from other incidents that have not yet been reported to police.

Anyone with information, or who may have been a victim, is asked to call Detective Kittle, Mission Area Sex Crimes Unit at 818-838-9969.

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