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On April 27, 2016, detectives from Sunnyvale’s Department of Public Safety, with assistance from the Roseville Police Department, arrested James McNealy Carroll, a 64 year-old Roseville resident, on a $500,000 felony arrest warrant for six counts of child molestation.

The incidents investigated reportedly occurred from the late 1980s through 1997 while Mr. Carroll lived in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. Mr. Carroll is currently employed as a teacher for Horizon Charter Schools in Placer County and is reported to be active in youth ministries.  Mr. Carroll was booked into the Santa Clara County Jail. 


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Mr. Carroll is currently employed as a teacher for Horizon Charter Schools in Placer County and is reported to be active in youth ministries

We don’t know if there are any local victims, but since Mr. Carroll lives in Roseville and has taught and worked with youth in our area, we’re asking that anyone who has been a victim, or their child has been a victim, to call Roseville Police Detective Marks at (916)746-1071 if the suspected crime happened in Roseville.ย  If it happened outside of Roseville, please call the law enforcement agency for that jurisdiction.

Any questions about the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety’s  investigation should be directed to their media contact, Deputy Chief Dave Pitts, 408-203-9467.

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