The Montgomery County Grand Jury has indicted Johnny B. Simmons, age 39 of Conroe on December 10, 2019. Simmons is charged with the 2017 incident where he was said to have pulled down a 17-year-old female’s pants and underwear and touching her pubic area during a so-called teacher tutorial session at Conroe High School. A 12th-grade female math student had been told by other students that Simmons would give her extra credit without doing actual work if she stayed after school. On November 16, 2017, Simmons was alone in the classroom with the victim after two other students left. He asked her to close the classroom door to “show him something” in a corner of the classroom. According to court records, the student asked what he meant. Simmons asked her “You need me to go over there and help you?” as he approached her and lowered her sweatpants and panties to her knees. The student told investigators that he then touched her pubic area and buttocks. Simmons then returned to his desk and signed off on her makeup time. Investigators did find a document titled, “Conroe High School Credit Recovery Hours” where Simmons did credit the victim for 2-hours of make-up time. The student finally admitted to her boyfriend what had happened and why she had been withdrawn. According to records the boyfriend confronted Simmons in the classroom full of students. The boyfriend had cussed him, threatened his job and was yelling at him. Simmons, whose classroom was directly across from the Assistant Principals Office never reported the incident. The reason he gave investigators for not reporting the confrontation was there was nobody to supervise his classroom if he left. He denied the allegations to investigators and told a Texas Ranger the conversation he had with the victim was about “the importance of making good decisions”. On December 13, 2018, after learning of the allegations he resigned. Simmons was arrested on October 9, 2019, and released on a $10,000 bond.