REDMOND, OR -- Former Redmond Proficiency Academy Director Michael Bremont faces new sex abuse charges, following a five-month investigation by Redmond Police. Bremont was first arrested in 2012 for engaging in a sexual relationship with a student at the charter school. He was fired and later convicted of sexual abuse in the second degree. Investigators suspected there were more victims, but did not have probable cause for additional charges at the time.
In July, another victim came forward to report she’d had a sexual relationship with Bremont while he was RPA director. She was under 18 and a student at the school when the alleged relationship began, and says it continued after she turned 18.