Melvyn Sprowson, 44, has been identified as the Las Vegas teacher arrested for kidnapping a 16-year-old girl.
The unidentified girl had missing been for more than two months.
Sprowson had been questioned by police in connection with her disappearance and said that he did not know where she was.
Police reportedly used social media sites to help track the girl.
She was found at the home of Sprowson, a Kindergarten teacher, after police went to the home and she answered the door.
She was at the home voluntarily and, after being interviewed, was returned to her parents.
According to online arrest records, Sprowson has been charged with one count each of 1st degree kidnapping, child abuse or neglect, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and making a false statement to obstruct a public officer.
In Nevada, the age for consent for 16, unless a teacher, or another person of authority at the school is involved.
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A person of authority is considered a teacher or instructor, administrator, or a head or assistant coach.
According to NRS 201.540, it is a category C felony if a teacher, or person of authority, engages in sexual conduct with a pupil aged 16 or 17-years-old that either attends the school where the teacher teaches or has had contact with the teacher or person of authority in the course of performing his or her duties as an employee or volunteer.
If the student is 14 or 15-years of year, it is classified as a category B felony.
Sprowson is a teacher at Wengert Elementary School who is in his first year of teaching at the school.
The school enrolls students from Pre-K through the fifth grade which means that the oldest average age of the students, excluding any who may have been left back, is 11-years-old.
Sprowson is being held at the Clark County Detention Center without bond and is scheduled to appear in Las Vegas Justice Court on Wednesday, Nov. 6