School health clinician in North Park arrested, charged with two sex crimes against a minor

Lucas Jubb on leave from ALBA High School

SAN DIEGO - An employee at ALBA High School in North Park was arrested Wednesday, charged with two sex crimes against a minor.

Lucas Jubb is currently out on $20,000 bond and will return to court for his arraignment on December 19, according to the San Diego County District Attorney's Office.

Jubb, 35, started at the school in 2002 as a clerk and was rehired in October 2007 as a licensed mental health clinician through the mental health resource center.

According to the San Diego Police Department's Sex Crimes Unit, the case they are investigating does not involve any students at Alba, but that the victim is a minor.

Jack Brandais, spokesman for the San Diego Unified School District, only confirmed that an employee was placed on paid administrative leave from the school.

ALBA is an alternative school for those of high school age that have various issues with suspension, expulsion or learning disabilities.

10News obtained a promotional video for the school, and in it, Jubb said, "Seeing how they come into the school is going to give you an idea of what their day is going to be like. We get kids who are getting all F's and they're labeled as disruptive and then it turns out they are developmentally disabled, or they are autistic or some higher psychiatric issues that are due to trauma."

10News went to Jubb's home in Pacific Beach but no one answered the door and all the blinds were closed.

10News found Jubb's Facebook page, and his profile picture shows the Stanford Cardinal and a picture of him with a woman.

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