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Police have arrested a Glendale man, Patrick Nazarian, 22, accused of sexually assaulting at least three teenage girls at Burbank High School.
The Burbank Unified School District takes this incident very seriously and will cooperate fully with the police investigation,” said Matt Hill, Burbank Unified School District superintendent. “We are also conducting an internal investigation into this matter. Keeping our students safe is of the utmost importance.” According to the Burbank Police Department, the series of sexual assaults occurred on March 6. When police responded to the high school, a 14-year-old victim told officers that a man approached her in the school bathroom. He then sexually assaulted her before a brief struggle, leading to him running out of the bathroom. School employees tracked down the man, 22-year-old Patrick Nazarian, and detained him until officers took him into custody.
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Patrick Nazarian was 22 years old.
Burbank High School student accused of going on campus and sexually assaulting multiple teenage girls – Police Investigation Report
Investigators said the suspect “inappropriately touched” two other teens: a 14-year-old girl and a 17-year-old girl. Detectives discovered that Nazarian entered the campus through an open door in the student parking lot. Police have now confirmed that the suspect is a Burbank High School alumnus, so he was aware of the entry. Usually, they’re pretty safe in the parking lot, so I don’t know how that could have happened,” said Carl Angel, a
Nazarian was arrested and booked for kidnapping and sexual assault. He was originally being held on a $1.2 million bond, though after a court appearance Wednesday, that amount was changed to $45,000. Parents and students alike are shocked by the incidents and wonder if the school’s safety practices are enough to keep students safe while receiving their education.
“My wife and I are worried. She comes to school a little early, I guess the most important thing is to be aware of her surroundings,” said Michael Reyes, whose daughter attends the school. “I’m sure they need to step up her game and make sure this is safer for our kids.” Steve Kaufer, president of Inter/Action, a security consulting group for organizations including local schools, says that while Burbank High has a plan, parents and students need to make sure officials are accountable for those measures. Parents need to be aware of the policies and procedures set forth by the schools,” Kaufer said. “They need to hold the school accountable because clearly in this case, something went wrong. The door was left unlocked or unlocked and allowed this person to come in.” During a court appearance Wednesday, the Los Angeles district attorney charged Nazarian with sexual assault by restraint, child molestation and battery.