Buckeye Substitute Teacher Arrested For Child Molestation

Brian Scritchfield

Westpark Elementary School substitute teacher, Brian Scritchfield, age 28, of Litchfield Park, was arrested and booked into the Maricopa County’s 4th avenue jail on one count of child molestation and two counts of aggravated assault of a minor.

On August 10, officers responded to the Westpark Elementary School, located in the WestPark community of Buckeye, after school officials reported two female students had been inappropriately touched.

Detectives from the Buckeye Police Departments Special Victims Unit interviewed witnesses and the female victims, ages 12 and 13.

One victim reported Scritchfield had touch her genitals and both victims reported Scritchfield had touched their hair, neck and back.

Scritchfield was employed by a temporary agency, which was contracted by the school district. This investigation is ongoing and anyone with additional information is asked to call (623) 349-6400.

1 Comment on "Buckeye Substitute Teacher Arrested For Child Molestation"

  1. The Oracle of Tucson | August 12, 2017 at 12:51 am |

    On behalf of a grateful public, thank you to all those dedicated professional educators out there who’s conduct is never in question.
    I’m guessing Mr. Scritchfield doesn’t listen to too much Pink Floyd:
    “Teachers leave those kids alone, Hey! Teachers! Leave those kids alone.”
    Perhaps Mr. Scritchfield’s second verse choirs will be, “All in all you’re just another pervy inmate behind prison walls.”
    What a grown 28yr old man sexually sees in 12 & 13yr old girls is beyond explanation.

    The Oracle

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