Grand Jury Doesn't Indict Queens Teacher's Aide Accused of Groping Kids
Authorities said Picou had allegedly slapped a girl’s backside and held another girl’s buttocks as she walked up the stairs, according to published reports.
The Far Rockway resident was charged with several counts of first-degree sexual abuse, forcible touching and endangering the welfare of a child, authorities said.
His lawyer Virginia LoPreto told The Daily News that he was hoping to “get back his reputation and certainly his livelihood” after the grand jury's decision.
"The matter is under review by the DOE, and he remains suspended without pay,” said spokeswoman Marge Feinberg.