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During a bail hearing on July 8 in Superior Court in Newton, a judge issued a sexual offender restraining order against Strand, barring him from having any contact with the female victim, her family, or anyone under the age of 18, according to Sussex County Assistant Prosecutor Seana Pappas.
Strand's bail was set at 0,000 and he posted it quickly, according to officials at the Sussex County jail.
It also said he was advisor to the ski club Strand, 57, who lives in the Flanders section of Mount Olive, is accused of developing an "inappropriate relationship" over the past school year with the alleged female victim, who was a student at the middle school. Strand faces charges of aggravated criminal sexual contact and child endangerment.
In an affidavit listing reasons for the arrest, Strand was accused of having sexual contact with the girl at least four times, the New Jersey Herald reported.
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The Hopatcong Board of Education, at its meeting on Monday, voted to accept the retirement of Eric Strand, said Anthony Fasano, board president.
The board also directed the schools superintendent to provide the resolution, along with "all pertinent information relating to the allegations made against the employee," to the Sussex County superintendent of schools and the New Jersey State Board of Examiners, Fasano said.