A man once known for the difference he made in the lives of his students, has found himself on the wrong side of the law for a second time.
Bruce Unger, of Bryan, was arrested Thursday and charged with one count of aggravated sexual assault and three counts of indecency with a child.
The charges stem from allegations made by two young men, dating back 10 years, according to court documents.
According to police reports, a 14-year-old boy claimed Unger sexually abused him aprroximately twice a week for several years. The boy told Bryan police that the abuse happened at a number of locations, including in the office of his 5th grade classroom at Neal Elementary.
The other accuser, who is now 19-years-old, told police that Unger began sexually abusing him in the summer of 1997, when he was nine. He claimed that when he was approximately 11-years-old, Unger performed oral sex on him, according to documents.
Unger had been out on bond for a previous incident.
At the beginning of this month, he was indicted on two counts of indecency with a child.
In that case, Unger is accused of inappropriately touched an 11-year-old male student on two separate occasions, according to police reports.
Unger is out of jail on 100-thousand-dollars bond.
He remains on administrative leave with the Bryan Independent School District.
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