Math teacher accused of stealing shoes, says he loves the smell

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(December 6, 2015) – A man in Virginia has been arrested for stealing shoes and returning them with bodily fluids. Kenneth Johnson III, a math teacher at Varina High School, turned himself into police on Saturday.

According to WTVR, police began receiving reports in September of women who had their shoes stolen from their porches. The missing shoes were returned to the porches within a few days, but the shoes were filled with what police are calling “biological evidence.” Henrico Police confirmed to WTVR that the unwanted substance is not fecal in nature.

One victim told WTVR that she actually confronted Johnson when she saw him leaving her porch with her running shoes. Johnson sniffed the shoes in front of her and told her he loved the smell before taking off.

Another victim said she found a note in her shoe once it had been returned that said the suspect was “a married man but his wife’s shoes did not have a smell and he liked performing perverted activity in the shoes and then returning them.”

Charges are still pending for Johnson. His school placed him on administrative leave.

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