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Former Concord teacher charged with inappropriate contact

CONCORD — A former Cabarrus School System teacher has been arrested and charged with having inappropriate physical contact with two female students. The offenses occurred during the 2004-2005 school year.
Christopher Nathan White, 36, of 5322 Forest Hill Drive in Harrisburg is charged with one count of statutory sex offense and two counts of unlawful sexual activity by a teacher. White is a former teacher at Concord High School. Records show he left the school system at the end of the 2004-2005 school year. The two victims were age 15 and 17 at the time of the offenses.
The investigation began after one of the victims recently contacted the Concord Police Department. There had been no information relayed to the school system or the police regarding this matter prior to this recent contact. Cabarrus County Schools has cooperated fully in this investigation.
White was taken into custody without incident at the Concord Police Department this morning, and taken to Cabarrus County Jail.

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