Posted: Jan 29, 2013 5:28 PM by Andy Liscano
Updated: Jan 30, 2013 11:33 AM
CORPUS CHRISTI - We have new information in our ongoing investigation of Christopher Quinn Williams, a teacher and coach at West Oso High School, accused of texting a female student.
We've recovered an email from the Corpus Christi Police Department dated December 11, 2008. It says CCPD investigators filed 3 cases of indecent exposure on a Christopher Williams with the same date of birth date as teacher Christopher Williams.
The email says Williams was arrested by patrol officers on November 30, 2008 after a woman called police from an apartment in the 1800 block of Ennis Joslin to report a suspicious male subject was stalking her.
Williams was arrested and detectives later connected him to 3 separate cases on the southside of Corpus Christi where women reported a man had exposed himself to them. We were unable to find any records of convictions related to these arrests in Nueces County.
Williams remains on paid leave from the West Oso ISD for allegedly sending text messages to a female student at the school.
Yesterday, we reported on a 2005 case from Travis County where Williams was charged with harassment. According to the affidavit in the case, Williams admitted to the female accuser, on tape, that he called her several times. She described the calls as sexual in nature. Williams pled to a lesser charge and agreed to 2 years deferred prosecution.
We attempted to contact Williams again Tuesday, but were unsuccessful.
We will continue digging for information on this story and bring it to you.
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