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Photo of Scott Nawrozki, school teacher charged with sex offense.Baltimore County Police have charged Scott Martin Nawrozki, 54, of the 2100 block of Brookhaven Court, 21047, with sexual abuse of a minor, second-degree custodial child abuse, fourth-degree sex offense by a person of authority, and fourth-degree sex offense vaginal intercourse by a person of authority.

This investigation began when a juvenile student disclosed sexual activity with a teacher at Milford Mill Academy, located in the 3800 block of Washington Avenue, 21244. The victim told officials that several incidents occurred on and off of school property in May and June.

The victim described sexual encounters inside the teacher’s classroom and in the area of the Liberty Reservoir during school hours. The victim also told investigators that both sent suggestive photographs to each other during the time period.  

If anyone has information about additional victims or information about this case, please call the Baltimore County Police Department’s Crimes Against Children Unit at 410-853-3650.

Scott Nawrozki is currently being held on denied bail status at the Baltimore County Department of Corrections.

Baltimore County Police have charged a teacher in connection with two incidents of voyeurism involving minor students at Milford Mill Academy High School in Windsor Mill.

Christopher R. Clark, 46, of the 3600 block of Hampstead Mexico Road in Hampstead, a special education teacher at Milford Mill Academy, has been charged on a criminal summons with Prurient Intent.

An investigation was initiated after school staff members learned that Clark left his cell phone recording in a room female students use to change their clothes. One of the students saw the cell phone recording and took it to another teacher. The investigation revealed at least one additional incident in January during which Clark recorded a student changing clothes. Both incidents occurred on school property.

This incident continues to be investigated by the Baltimore County Crimes Against Children Unit. Anyone having additional information is asked to contact police at 410-307-2020.

Revised October 16, 2020               
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