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North Attleboro Middle School guidance counselor charged with having sex with student

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Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 2:45 am

NORTH ATTLEBORO — A North Attleboro Middle School guidance counselor was ordered held in jail on $30,000 cash bail today for allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old female student and sending sexually graphic texts and photos to another female student.

Brian McBride, 31, of 140 Richardson Ave., Attleboro, pleaded innocent to multiple charges of statutory rape and related offenses in Attleboro District Court, but allegedly admitted the activity to police when he was questioned.

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  • nickacadia posted at 9:48 am on Wed, May 28, 2014.

    nickacadia Posts: 130

    My heart goes out to the children abused by Mr. McBride. I hope the children receive the support and counseling they need to recover and move forward.

    The misuse of Mr. McBride’s position of trust and authority is shocking yet all too familiar. The hubris and recklessness of his and other captured abusers (sexting, meeting in public places, bringing children to their homes, etc.) always makes one wonder how many other predators, who are more cautious and discrete, perpetrate their crimes against children with impunity.

    Mr. McBride’s breathtaking hubris and recklessness only highlights the need for a discussion with our children that predators like Mr. McBride are embedded within the population of councilors, teachers, coaches and clergy they will interact with over the course of their childhood and that children need to approach a number of trusted adults if they ever encounter such an individual.