By CBS3 Staff

WAYNE, Pa. (CBS) — The Tredyffrin/Easttown School District has suspended the employment of a custodian who’s now facing charges. Twenty-three-year-old Rushon Drayton, a custodian at Valley Forge Middle School, is charged with sexually abusing two students, ages 14 and 15.

Drayton has worked as a custodial employee since 2017.

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The school district says it’s cooperating with the police investigation.

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“Like all District employees and contracted staff, Mr. Drayton underwent the mandatory background checks prior to employment and received required child abuse prevention training,” the school district said in a statement. “As this remains an open police investigation, we are unable to provide further details and will share updates as appropriate in accord with law enforcement.”

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Anyone with any information that may be relevant to the investigation is being asked to contact either Tredyffrin Township or Eastown Township police.