It’s only getting worse for the sexual predators in the State Capitol.
Sacramento State placed the director of its California Senate Fellows program at the state Capitol on “indefinite leave” this Wednesday.
The university’s announcement comes on the heels of accusations that David Pacheco, who oversees the program, failed to report Sen. Tony Mendoza’s alleged improper conduct with a female student Fellow when he became aware of it.
In response to the university’s handling of the incident, dozens of Capital Fellows Program alumni are signing a letter asking to investigate, and possibly terminate, Pacheco. They also want Sacramento State to look at how employees report sexual harassment and misconduct complaints.