UPDATE AUG. 7: The arrest report for 41-year-old Abraham Gonzalez has been released.
According to the report, police became aware of Gonzalez's relationship with a person under 18 after the minor's mother called police.
Gonzalez met the girl through the dating app Plenty of Fish. Gonzalez told police that she told him that she was 21 when she was only 17.
They began a relationship and Gonzalez would often buy her "weed" and take her on trips to Utah and California despite not having her mother's permission.
The girl's mom told police that the girl has a mental disability from being ran over as a young child.
The girl told police that Gonzalez would buy her things, including a brand-new iPhone and groceries. Initially she denied that he bought her marijuana but eventually admitted to smoking it with him.
The girl also told police that after Gonazlez discovered her true age he told her that a relative that is a police officer said it was OK to for them to have a relationship. The girl's mother told police that she threatened to call police if he did not stay away from her daughter.
The girl did not attend the school where Gonzalez was a physical education teacher.
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- A Las Vegas valley physical education teacher from Mojave High School has been arrested and charged with first-degree kidnapping, child abuse and sale of a controlled substance, according to school police.
41-year-old Abraham Gonzalez was arrested on Monday by Clark County School District Police Department.
Officials say the arrest stems from an internal investigation that began on July 19.
Gonzalez had been employed as a PE teacher since August 2006.
The investigation is currently ongoing and additional charges could be added.
Police say Gonzalez will not be allowed to work in the classroom until the concerns relating to his arrest are fully investigated and appropriate action is taken.
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