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A staff member at a special school in Aberdeenshire has been suspended over alleged inappropriate behaviour on the internet.
Letters have also been sent to parents of pupils at Carronhill School in Stonehaven informing them about the case.
Aberdeenshire Council confirmed on Thursday night it was aware that a report had been sent to the procurator fiscal.
STV understands the alleged offence involves a staff member and “inappropriate” communications on a social networking site.

Aberdeen minister charged over alleged child assault

52-year-old denies allegation

By Kate O’Neill
Published: 27/09/2013
AN ABERDEEN minister has been suspended after he was charged with assaulting a child.
Reverend Nigel Parker is due to go on trial later this year accused of assaulting a seven-year-old boy at Sclattie Park in Aberdeen.
The 52-year-old, who is the minister at Bucksburn Stoneywood Church, denies the allegation.
According to court papers, Rev Parker is alleged to have struck the youngster in the face and hand on May 19 this year.
Rev Parker, whose address was given in court papers as 23 Polo Park, Aberdeen, will appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for a pre-trial hearing next month, with a trial date set for November.
He declined to comment.
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