Carmody Middle School assistant principal arrested

Littleton Police arrested Michael Pate at his residence in Littleton

Staff Report
Posted 3/5/19

Michael Pate, a 38-year-old assistant principal at Carmody Middle School in Lakewood, and former assistant director at Outdoor Labs, was arrested on March 1 at his residence in Littleton. Pate …

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Carmody Middle School assistant principal arrested

Littleton Police arrested Michael Pate at his residence in Littleton

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Michael Pate, a 38-year-old assistant principal at Carmody Middle School in Lakewood, and former assistant director at Outdoor Labs, was arrested on March 1 at his residence in Littleton.

Pate allegedly provided alcoholic beverages to an underage male, according to a press release from the Littleton Police Department. He was formally charged with Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor, a class 4 felony.

After being placed on administrative leave, Pate resigned from his position at Carmody Middle School.

School Principal Wendy Doran wrote a letter to parents at the school in which she said law enforcement reported the incident did not involve Carmody students.

Police are still investigating into Pate's interactions with other underage people. The Littleton Police Department is asking the community to call 303-795-3713 if you have information regarding this case.

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