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Paul Michael Mira, Charter School Athletic Director, Allegedly Raped 12-Year-Old Girl

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Paul Michael Mira, the athletic director of Archimedean Middle Conservatory and Archimedean Upper Conservatory, two associated Miami-Dade charter schools, is on the run after being accused of committing sexual battery on a 12-year-old girl. Police report that Mira has told relatives that he'd sooner kill himself than be caught alive. 



Mira, 29, is said to have carried on "unlawful sexual conduct" in various parts across the county with the 12-year-old since October.

According to WSVN

, Its believed the girl was raped at least three times since the assaults began. Authorities have not elaborated, and it has not been clear whether the girl was one of his students.


The schools, located in West Kendall, are charter schools that specialize in the study of traditional Greek mathematics. 

Mira is 5'02 and 160 pounds. He's said to drive a 2004 white Chrysler Crossfire. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call  Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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