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Alachua County high school administrator arrested

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An Alachua County high school administrator has been arrested  on sex-related charges.  According to the Alachua County Sheriff Office online inmate search, Herbert Jordan Pindar currently has 5 charges against him, all either second or third degree felonies as well as an $80,000 bond. Pindar has been a dean at Loften High School, and he  has been charged with having an inappropriate relationship with a minor and sending inappropriate pictures of himself.

Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Todd Kelly said Pindar is currently in jail and can be released if his bond is paid. The defendant has been removed from the school and has been placed on administrative leave according to Public Information Officer of Alachua County Public Schools Jackie Johnson.

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