DENVER, Co. (KRQE) – The former deputy superintendent at Albuquerque Public Schools has bonded out of jail.
Jason Martinez abruptly resigned last week after it was revealed he’s facing child sex charges in Colorado.
Martinez never completed a background check before getting hired by APS.
He was released from jail Monday night and was ordered to wear an ankle monitor and to stay in Colorado.
On Monday, APS Superintendent Luis Valentino resigned, after he created a special position for Martinez and hired him.