Fr. Jeremy Myers
Ordained for the Benedictines. Became Dallas diocesan priest in 1996. Removed in 2018. In 10/18 the diocese reported to police an allegation that Myers abused a student in 1986 at Subiaco Catholic School in AR, when Myers was dean of the boy’s dorm. The boy was expelled the next year and sent home to Dallas. Myers continued to sexually abuse the boy at the clergy house where he worked in Dallas. The headmaster at the boy’s new Catholic school was told of the ‘relationship’ between the priest and the boy – Myers denied it. Per detectives, Myer’s personnel file showed an allegation from a different victim, and no others. On diocese’s list 1/31/19. Dallas police raided diocesan headquarters in 5/19, related to the Myers case and four others.
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