Immokalee teacher reassigned after stalking arrest
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- An Immokalee High School teacher and football coach was reassigned after being arrested over the weekend.
Deputies say Andrew London is facing stalking charges.
WINK News is learning, this isn’t the first time London has been in trouble.
Deputies were called to the Seminole Immokalee Casino on Saturday for a report of a man taking pictures in the poker room.
The man was identified as London. In the report, deputies say London was not only taking pictures of another man, but following him around casino property and making threats to him.
Casino surveillance video confirmed London’s actions and he was placed under arrest for aggravated stalking.
A report from the Collier County Sheriff’s Office says this has happened before.
The night before the incident at the casino, authorities say London showed up at the man’s home in Fort Myers. Police say London and the other man have orders of protection against each other.
London bonded out of jail Sunday.
A spokesman for the Collier County School District says as of Monday morning, London has been reassigned and is now working at the administrative center.