LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — UPDATE MAY 14: Former teacher Alexander Hunt has been extradited to Las Vegas and has been booked into Clark County Detention Center. He is expected to appear in court Wednesday.
An arrest warrant was issued for the former teacher after he was accused of sexual misconduct. It's not clear which school he worked at but the accusations dated back to 2012.
A former teacher within the Clark County School District wanted for multiple counts of sexual misconduct dating back to 2012 was arrested in Texas this week.
Alexander Hunt, 49, was taken into custody by the Corsicana Police Department and U.S. Marshals on April 25.
Hunt was wanted on eight counts of sexual conduct by a teacher in the state of Nevada, according to authorities.
The Corsicana Police Department said it received notification from the U.S. Marshals Service office requesting assistance in locating and apprehending the 49-year-old fugitive.
U.S. Marshals reported they had reason to believe that Hunt was in Corsicana.
He was placed under arrest without incident and transported to the local jail, according to police.
Hunt was listed as an ROTC assistant in 2012, according to Transparent Nevada, within the Clark County School District.