A former Pittsburgh Public Schools officer accused of sexually abusing students appeared in court Friday.
Robert Lellock appeared in front of a judge on charges he sexually abuse four former students. Channel 11's Jodine Costanzo reported that a judge held charges stemming from three of the cases for court. Charges stemming from the fourth case were dropped because that victim did not show up to the hearing, Costanzo reported.
Lellock was suspended in July following the first accusation and later resigned from his position after his arrest in September.
Channel 11's news exchange partners at TribLIVE report that the allegations against Lellock go back to 1998.