Nassau, Bahamas — Since early February Bahamas Press has followed conversations of fondling at the Oakes Field Primary School. When we began our investigation back then, several parents alerted us to the incidents and called for our assistance.
Bahamas Press wanted to tread carefully on this story and therefore we deliberately took our time to CATCH DA PREDATOR!
Since February we have been collecting all kinds of data, following scoops tracking down victims checking records and to our surprise once again BP has cracked a case.
We now know the accused is Marvin Sands. He was a music teacher at Oakes Filed Primary School. Sands you should know is a relative of two high-ranking officers on the Royal Bahamas Police Force. He is a pianist who works closely with ZNS news anchor Clint Watson.
He will be arraigned before the halls of justice this Monday and in that room the details shall be revealed. BP can confirm dockets will tell the 32 year-old man found pleasure in making suggestive advances to innocent young primary school girls.
What would cause a 32 year-old man find the urge to make sexual advances towards a child? BP has a low tolerance for those who practice the idea and in this case we are grossly upset.
We are ticked by the thought of this! Why take way a child’s innocence? Children go to school to learn NOT GET ‘FEELUP’ BY TEACHERS!
We took our time to investigate this one and BP will begin to put out to you in this high court of public opinion our findings surrounding this case.
And here’s what our investigations tell us. Sands was a teacher at the once prestigious Queen’s College turned ‘The New Doll HOUSE’ on Village Road. You would remember we had a story of naked cover-up at that school before; the son of Carl Bethel, had committed statutory rape with a young girl while on campus.
Sands around that same time served a New York minute as teacher there, but was allegedly caught in similar problems he now face. We are told by our agents on the ground it was back in 2008 when administators at that school decided to let the musician go as young female students lined the school with complaints.
Back then the school was already come under fire and so Sands was dismissed and the crimes swept with a heap-a-‘dut’ now stacked a mile high under the ‘dutty’ rugs at the school.
This weekend we know Sands travelled to Grand Bahama after featuring in a concert on that island. He is on Police bail pending his arraignment. Bahamas Press will sometime during the course of the week expose more the ‘DUT’ involved in this matter.
Pray for us…