TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now)- Robert Brush stayed silent and nodded today as the judge ruled he can't have any unsupervised contact with minors, no contact with his alleged victim and he isn't allowed to return to the high school where he taught for just under a year.
He's on administrative leave after being charged with one count of sexual misconduct with a female student, a class 2 felony.
"And the reason that it's such a high level of felony is because he holds such a high level of trust under the guise of Arizona revised statute," said Lt. Kara Riley with the Oro Valley Police Department.
OVPD started looking into Brush's case in March after a tip came in from a school resource officer.
Brush was put on administrative leave for several days, but no arrest was made because there wasn't enough evidence.