translated from Spanish: Man Arrested Who Assaulted UAEMex Teacher in Virtual Class

Octavio Alfonso N, who allegedly assaulted an English teacher at Prepa 5 of the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEMex) while teaching an online class, was arrested and admitted to the Almoloya Penitentiary Center in Juárez.
The Attorney General’s Office of the State of Mexico (FGJEM) reported that investigative police completed an arrest warrant, on Monday night, against the man for his probable participation in the crime of family violence.
Octavio Alfonso “N” was placed at the disposal of a judge, so that his legal situation could be determined.

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On April 21, while the teacher was giving a virtual class, Octavio Alfonso “N” entered the room where the victim was to verbally and physically assault her.
The fact was recorded and recorded by the attendees of the meeting and disseminated in social networks and media, so FGJEM initiated an investigation to identify the probable aggressor.

Through a statement, the Mexican prosecutor’s office said that, with the progress in the proceedings, the social representative gathered the necessary evidence to request the judicial authority an arrest warrant against the alleged aggressor, which was granted and completed.
After the dissemination of the attack in April, the Human Rights Commission of the State of Mexico (CODHEM) requested precautionary measures for the teacher.
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While the UAEMex reported then that, in response to the Protocol to Prevent, Address and Punish Gender Violence in the University, they offered the teacher psychological assistance, support and legal advice to make the corresponding complaint.
On April 23, the teacher went to the State Prosecutor’s Office to file a complaint.
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