Mr. Ted Randall
Diocese of Rochester
Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Mr. Ted Randall:
Ted Randall was a teacher at St. Michael’s parish grammar school in Newark, New York, from 1970 to 1995. Randall voluntarily resigned his position from the school and surrendered his teaching license in 1995 when an allegation was made that he sexually abused a minor child. No details about the allegation, such as the age or gender of the victim, or even if the victim was a student at St. Michael, were provided to the public.
In June 2003, the Diocese of Rochester announced that it received a second allegation against Randall. This time, the Diocese informed the St. Michael community that the allegation was made by a man who said Randall sexually abused him at the school in the late 1980s.
According to media reports, law enforcement officials told reporters that police long suspected that Randall was abusing boys long before the 2003 allegation was made.
St. Michael’s grammar school closed in 2011.
According to the Diocese of Rochester, Randall is deceased.
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