A former social studies teacher at College Station High School has been arrested and charged with providing alcohol to a minor.
Online records recovered by KBTX-TV show 29-year old Daniel Trampota was booked into the Brazos County Jail Friday. Records show he was charged in connection with an incident back in January. He's currently free on a $4,000 bond.
According to an email sent to parents from College Station High Principal Tiffany Parkerson, Trampota was immediately placed on administrative leave after learning of the allegations of misconduct against him, and the investigation by the Brazos County Sheriff's Office.
Trampota resigned his position on September 7.
In her email to parents, Parkerson says, "It is unacceptable for a staff member to engage in this type of conduct."
Friday night, the College Station School District issued a statement, saying: “Daniel Trampota resigned on September 7, in the midst of an investigation at the time by Brazos County Sheriff’s Office for misconduct with a student. Upon learning of the allegations, College Station ISD immediately placed Trampota on administrative leave on September 6. CSISD fully cooperated with Brazos County Sheriff’s Office during the investigation."