A former video technology specialist for Pittsburg Texas ISD schools, arrested in August on charges of the Sale, Distribution, or Display of Harmful Material to Minor, a Class A Misdemeanor, has been re-arrested on more serious charges.
Jackson David Boyd, 32, of Pittsburg, turned himself in on Friday (Sept. 28, 2018) after a warrant was issued for his arrest, after being indicted by a Camp County grand jury on a charge of Improper Relationship Between Educator and Student, a 2nd Degree Felony.
Boyd’s first arrest on August 31, 2018, came after a 10-day criminal investigation by the Camp County Sheriff’s Office and the Pittsburg Independent School District Police Department.
According to Camp County Sheriff Alan McCandless, Chief Deputy Chris Clark, who worked on the original criminal investigation, continued his investigation, which led to information Boyd engaged in deviant sexual intercourse with a former Pittsburg ISD student during the time the student was enrolled at Pittsburg ISD and Boyd was a teacher there.
That information was presented to the Camp County District Attorney’s Office, which then presented it to the Grand Jury on September 27, 2018.
In Texas, conviction of a second-degree felony carries with it a sentence from two to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000
A conviction for Class A Misdemeanor in Texas carries jail sentence of up to one year and a maximum fine of $4,000.