California middle school teacher accused of child molestation 03/18/2022 1:27 pm PDT Comments Los Angeles Police SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (TCD) -- A middle school teacher was arrested this week on suspicion of child molestation. According to a press release from the Los Angeles Police Department, detectives received a report against Samantha Arizabal, a teacher at Ivy Bound Academy, regarding ongoing inappropriate sexual conduct while she worked at the school. Arizabal had reportedly been employed by the school since 2020. According to Ivy Bound Academy’s website, the public charter school serves grade five through eight. Arizabal was arrested on Tuesday, March 15, police say. The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office reportedly filed multiple felony charges against her. Police say they’re searching for additional victims in the case. In a statement, Ivy Bound Academy told KCAL-TV Arizbal’s alleged conduct was "reprehensible and totally contrary to Ivy Bound Academy’s mission, values, and the way we run our schools." The school added, "Our deepest sympathies go out to the student and student’s family who have been impacted by this." MORE: Detectives Searching for Additional Victims - Los Angeles Police DepartmentTeacher At Ivy Bound Academy School In Sherman Oaks Arrested For Child Molestation - KCALIvy Bound Academy #California #LosAngeles Related Stories Las Vegas teacher and pastor accused of sexually assaulting underage family member Texas teacher and church office assistant accused of sexually assaulting 14-year-old girl Louisiana teacher accused of feeding students sperm-laced desserts pleads guilty Former Georgia teacher and coach accused of soliciting sex from minor Alabama teacher accused of soliciting and engaging in prostitution Georgia elementary school teacher allegedly put camera in bathroom and spied on students Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.