Ex-Teacher Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Released From Custody Again

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A former Burnsville High School music teacher accused of having sex with a student has again been released after he was arrested for a second time earlier this week.

Erik Akervik is accused of having sex with a student and sending nude pictures to another student. After Akervik was initially charged last month, more teenagers came forward from the church accusing him of sending inappropriate messages.

He was arrested earlier this week for a second time after violating the conditions of his release. On Thursday, his bond was set at $100,000, the same as it was before.

On Friday, he was released from custody. His next court appearance was scheduled for May 11.

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  1. He is getting his teacher pay and protection from the Minnesota teachers Union (a branch of the DFL party). We need to elect someone to bust up Government public unions. Private unions are good. Public government unions have got to go!

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