St. Lucie County Sheriff Mascara releases probable cause statements in Dominic Madison/Janifer Thomas case, asks additional victims to contact Sheriff's detectives
St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken J. Mascara today released probable cause statements in the arrest of Dominic L. Madison, 35, and his girlfriend, Janifer Thomas, also 35.
Madison is the Treasure Coast High School teacher charged over the weekend with 39 counts of sexual activity with two minor victims and one count of video-recording one of the sexual encounters. Thomas is charged with being an accessory after the fact and failing to report any of the incidents to law enforcement.
"We believe there may be additional victims," Sheriff Mascara said. "I urge parents to talk with their daughters. I am asking that victims contact Sheriff's detectives at 772-462-3230."
Madison is being held under $1.535 million bond at the St. Lucie County jail.
Thomas was released on bond early Saturday morning after posting bond of $18,750.
Both were arrested Friday night.
Sheriff's detectives are examining the contents of several computers and storage devices seized from Madison's home after detectives served a search warrant there.
The investigation is continuing.
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Dominic Madison, jailed Friday night under $1.5 million bond for sexual activity with two minors
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