- Associated Press - Friday, September 9, 2016

BOSTON (AP) - The head of a new boarding school in a Boston suburb has been arrested after police say he arranged to meet with an undercover officer to pay for sex.

The Worcester Police Department said Friday that Steven Bliss, 46, of Braintree, is being charged with offering to engage in sex for a fee and human trafficking.

He was arrested Monday at a McDonald’s restaurant in Worcester, where police say he had arranged to meet someone he didn’t know was a detective.

Bliss is a former public schools superintendent who now leads CATS Academy, a private high school in Braintree that caters to international students who live on campus.

He didn’t immediately return calls made to the school Friday. He was released Tuesday and due back in court Oct. 17.


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