Michael Bremont, 39, the Redmond Proficiency Academy former Director accused of rape and sex abuse involving a student, was arraigned on Wednesday and granted permission to leave jail and live with relatives near Portland.
On Monday, a Grand Jury returned a 14 count indictment against the Bremont, according to our news partner- News Channel 21.
Circuit Court Judge Steven Forte approved Bremont's new release conditions: he will be under house arrest in a relatives house in West Linn and be strictly watched with a GPS monitoring device. With the new conditions, Bremont still cannot leave the state, is forbidden to contact the alleged victim, any minors, other than his own children or any employees of the Academy.
Bremont's plea hearing is set for April ninth.