An arrest warrant obtained by the news station said Palmer would tell parents to stay outside his home so he could “get the most out of (the students).”
He also worked with the kids in a “soundproofed” and locked room, the warrant alleged.
Police said the first two victims to come forward are brothers who endured abuse for several years as children, Channel 2 reported. One of them committed suicide in July, which friends told his parents was because of depression caused by the alleged abuse.
“These parents need to have conversations with their kids and let them know it’s OK to say something,” Holland said.
Palmer remains in the Fulton County Jail without bond, according to records.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Roswell police at 770-640-4100.
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