Walter Stafon Bowman, 37, of Indian Head, MD, was charged with three counts of second-degree assault and one count of false imprisonment, police reported.
Police learned of the incidents on Jan. 6. One victim reported being assaulted twice by Bowman between Aug. 26 and 29 of 2013. During the first incident, the victim was seated in an office with her back to the door and Bowman entered the office unannounced and put his hands on her shoulders, police reported.
During the second incident, the woman was sitting in an office when she turned around and saw Bowman, who "put the victim in a 'bear hug' and began to laugh," police reported. When she broke free from Bowman's bear hug, she began screaming, police added.
The second victim said she was assaulted in her classroom last September. She had her back to her door when Bowman entered her classroom, police said. When she felt something touch her ankle, she looked down and saw Bowman, who was crouched on the floor, laughing, according to police.
The third victim said Bowman approached her from behind and grabbed her around the waist last September. Startled, she turned around and saw Bowman laughing, police said.
Detectives ask anyone else who might have been victimized to call 4th District investigators at 240-773-5530.
At this time, investigators say they have have no knowledge or evidence of inappropriate or unwanted contact between Bowman and students.