MONROE COUNTY -- Current and former administrators are under investigation at a school district in Monroe County.
The Monroe County district attorney's office is investigating allegations including bribery and threats at Pleasant Valley School District in the Brodheadsville area.
One administrator at the district has already been charged with wiretapping. He was in court Friday for a hearing. Joshua Krebs gave up his right to his preliminary hearing on wiretapping charges.
Thursday night, a Monroe County detective told the Pleasant Valley School Board there could be more charges coming.
"The office of the district attorney is currently investigating past and present members of the Pleasant Valley School District," Detective Wendy Serfass said at the meeting.
Det. Serfass went on to say the allegations may include bribery in official and political matters, threats, and improper influence in those matters, retaliation, official oppression, and violations of the state wiretap act.
In a statement, the district's superintendent says, "The contents of the statement read last night were not new information, had been reported multiple times in the press, and are common knowledge in this community. We were disappointed that the district attorney's office decided to make the statement during a school board meeting."
"I don't know anything about the bribery but threats are not nice. You can't be threatening people. You know if you did something wrong, you can't be threatening people not to talk," said Victor Murgolo of Saylorsburg.
In December, a grand jury recommended that Joshua Krebs, the supervisor of support staff be charged with wiretapping, accusing him of setting up a camera that recorded both audio and video on top of a vending machine in a break room.
According to court papers, Krebs admitted to setting up the camera in an attempt to catch a janitor not doing his job.
Krebs had nothing to say after he gave up his right to a preliminary hearing Friday at a magistrate's office in Stroud Township.
In response to the overall investigation, the superintendent said, "The district has already taken action based on information known to the district. In addition, if new information is discovered, the district will conduct further investigation and, will evaluate what further action, if any, will be taken."
Some parents believe these allegations are concerning and they hope to get more answers soon.
"We really can't form a good opinion until we know what is going on," said June Carter-Inniss of Brodheadsville.
The district attorney's office would not go into detail on who or how many people could potentially be charged in regard to these allegations.
Joshua Krebs is scheduled to be in Monroe County Court in March.