Court docs: St. Helens teacher accused of sex abuse broke release conditions, contacted victim

Kyle Jarred Wroblewski booking photo

A St. Helens High School teacher who was placed on leave and is facing dozens of sex abuse charges is back in jail.

Kyle Jarred Wroblewski is accused of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl who is a student at the high school.

He was arrested again on Wednesday after breaking conditions of his prior release, according to court documents.

As part of his release agreement in May, court documents stated Wroblewski must stay 500 feet from the high school campus, except in transit, and must stay 1,000 feet from Asbury Park.

He was also ordered to not have contact with minors, except his two children, and not go to schools, playgrounds or sporting events involving minors. He also was not allowed access to social media.

In new court documents filed Wednesday by the Columbia County district attorney, it is stated Wroblewski is believed to have committed new crimes while he was released, contacted his victim and went within 500 feet of the high school campus.

District Attorney Jeffrey D. Auxier also called Wroblewski a “flight risk.”

Wroblewski is scheduled to appear in court for a hearing on Aug. 21.

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