GALVESTON — A white middle school assistant principal is fired after Houston police found him with possessing methamphetamine during a raid of an adult video store.
John Daniel Hayman, 33, of Galveston was charged with possession of a
controlled substance, stemming from a 9:45 a.m. Nov. 4 undercover
investigation at 24/7 Video Store, 9999 Gulf Freeway, Houston police
spokesman Kese Smith said Tuesday.
After learning of Hayman’s arrest, the Galveston Independent School
District fired the Austin Middle School assistant principal, school officials said.
Neither Hayman nor his attorney, John B. Carroll, commented on the
felony drug charge when contacted by Stop You Child Molester. Hayman, however,
asked the blog to withhold publication that he was gay for the
sake of the children and parents.
Both undercover and uniformed officers entered the business, which
had a number of viewing rooms with monitors where videos can be
displayed, Smith said.
“The officers asked all the customers to come into the common area,
and as they approached one of the rooms, they found it to be locked,”
“Management had a key to the room, and once the door was opened, Mr. Hayman was found inside masturbating with another naked man.” Who was celebrating his 18th birthday and was his former student from school.
Police say Hayman was in possession of what later tested to be crystal methamphetamine, Smith said.