Police documents detail graphic alleged encounters between a former Carrollton private school administrator and the former students he’s accused of sexually assaulting.
David Paul Green, 66, was arrested last week at his home in Wills Point, Texas, charged with four counts of sexual assault and one count of indecency with a child. Another sexual assault charge is pending.
Green was a teacher and school administrator for more than 10 years at St. Anthony School, which helps children with learning disabilities.
According to police documents, Green met the alleged victims at St. Anthony. The alleged assaults didn’t take place on campus, but at Green's former home just a few miles away.
The three alleged victims described encounters at the home from 2001 to 2006, where they say he sexually assaulted them -– some, on numerous occasions over the course of several years.
One young man, then 15 or 16 years old, told an investigator that after Green assaulted him, he "…Did not know how to process what just happened…”
According to the documents, Green would give the boys money, sometimes “…$200 - $300 after a sexual encounter…”
One alleged victim said he "…felt it was hush money."
According to police, Green would also “…buy their silence with alcohol…” One alleged victim reported, "David went to the Walgreens and bought the beer for them…"
Those who knew Green say he prided himself on being an educator.
“I knew him as a person that started schools and was interested in education for kids,” said Randy King, a former neighbor of Green’s.
It's been several years since King talked to Green, and King was caught off guard when he heard of Green's arrest.
“I did see boys, but not any that I would recognize today,” said King. “Not any that I would put in that age range.”
Green's former home on Morning Glory in Carrollton faces the neighborhood pool and has an elementary school on one side. He sold that house in 2007.
Green retired from St Anthony in 2010. Three years later, he opened the San Marco School in Plano, also helping special needs children. That school reportedly closed in May.
“To me, he was a nice guy, and that's what hurts the most, that he might have done something like that,” said King.
Police say since the allegations surfaced, no additional victims have come forward.
FOX 4 asked police last week and on Wednesday why all of the allegations are coming to light now. We were told the investigator was out and couldn’t be reached for comment.
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