CARMICHAEL, Calif. - A member of the Bridges After School Program in Carmichael was arrested Tuesday, following allegations that she engaged in sex acts with minors.
Sergeant Lisa Bowman with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Dept. said Julia Lagos, 19, was overseeing third and fourth-grade students at Starr King Elementary School on Cottage Way.
Lagos engaged in the acts with with two boys under the age of 14 who she had met through the program, said Bowman. The boys were not in her class.
According to Bowman, Logan would meet with the boys at a local park and then have sex with them off campus and after program hours.
Bowman said investigators do not believe there are any other victims.
Trent Allen of the San Juan Unified School district said the school immediately removed Lagos from the school environment and notified police upon learning of the allegations. The school then worked with police on a week-long investigation into the incident.
Lagos was an employee of the Mission Oaks Park and Recreation District, that contracts with San Juan Unified for the Bridges After-School Program to find employees. Allen said full background checks and fingerprinting are done prior to them being placed as workers in the program.
Lagos faces charges of lewd and lascivious acts with a child.