Updated 09/06/2012 02:38 PM
Substitute Teacher Charged With Rape
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According to State Police, 40-year-old Glenn Manzek was a substitute teacher in several school districts in and around Monroe County. He’s now accused of having sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl.
Manzek is charged with two counts of 3rd degree rape, six counts of criminal sexual act and eight counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
The felony complaint in this case states that Manzek had sex and sexual contact with the same 15-year-old girl several times in the month of August. Police say it happened at his home on Chadwick Manor and several locations around Fairport, including the parking lots near the Waste Management facility and Fairport Little League complex.
Manzek also faces three counts of endangering the welfare of a child in connection to his own children. Police said on August 19th, he left his three young kids home alone at 11:30 at night to go and pick up the teen and bring her back to his home. His children are all under the age of five.
Manzek was a substitute teacher off and on in the Fairport, Victor, Gates-Chili, Pittsford, Brighton and East Irondequoit from 2006 up until this year.
State Police say Manzek and his victim knew each other somehow through a school connection.
YNN did try to speak to Glenn Manzek at his home Thursday, but no one answered the door.
“It’s very concerning. It’s rather shocking to the community as a whole, but basically, we see this. Sometimes parents need to really be in touch with what they’re children are doing, who they’re associating with," said Lt. James Greenwood, New York State Police.
Manzek was arraigned in Town of Perinton Court and sent to the Monroe County Jail. He's out on bail. Manzek's next scheduled court date is September 10th.
State Police said there's no indication that there are other victims, but investigators said there is always that concern.
Troopers are asking anyone with information to call (585) 279-0144.