Warrant: Official gave alcohol to teen
A superintendent for the Karval School District sexually assaulted two juveniles over several years while he was working as a teacher in Limon, and he hired one of them to babysit his children while he and his wife went to Broncos games, according to arrest documents.
An arrest warrant for 36year-old Cody Kenneth Weber says he also provided alcohol to at least one of his alleged victims, and told one that if anyone ever found out about their relationship, “he would probably kill himself.”
The 26-page, heavily redacted warrant was filed Nov. 29. Weber was subsequently taken into custody and then released from the Lincoln County jail after posting $100,000 bail.
Court records show he faces seven felony counts, all of them sexual assault on a child by a person in position of trust.
The alleged sexual assaults happened while Weber was an agriculture education teacher at the Limon School District. Dave Marx, the district’s superintendent, says Weber worked at the school system from August 2007 until June 30.
Marx said there were never complaints about Weber while he was working at Limon.
One of Weber’s alleged victims told an officer she had had intercourse with Weber between five and 15 times, the warrant says.
The victims told investigators the sexual assaults ceased, respectively, in early 2015 and 2011.