San Jose school administrator accused of improper contact with student

The acting vice principal of San Jose's James Lick High School was arrested Tuesday, on suspicion of having inappropriate contact with a student.

Jose Gonzalez, 35, was booked on a charge of annoying or molesting a child under 18-yeras-old.

A teenage girl told school officials about an alleged encounter with Gonzalez at his home over the summer. The girl was 17-years-old.

The school then notifed police, who obtained an arrest warrant.

Gonzalez was hired in 2008, and had previously served as a campus advisor at the school. The district says it has sent letters informing parents about the alleged incident.