Ohio Catholic school president resigns one month after Nashville bar arrest

The president of an Ohio Catholic high school has resigned nearly a month after being arrested in Nashville.

James Marshall Hyzdu has resigned as president of Archbishop Moeller High School, effective immediately, according to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

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In a statement regarding his resignation, Hyzdu said it was “an honor and joy to lead” the school for eight years.

“My recent actions did not correspond to the values ​​of Moeller or those of the Catholic Church. It is in the best interest of the Moeller community that I resign now to allow the school to continue to thrive without distraction,” Hyzdu said.

As News Center 7 previously reported, Hyzdu was arrested in Nashville last month and charged with criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

Police were called to a bar on the city’s busy Broadway Street following reports that a man, later identified as Hyzdu, was following women around and “making them uncomfortable and annoying” against him.

Security escorted Hyzdu out of the bar, but he reportedly returned. Once they found out he was back, security escorted him away again, but he came back. This happened about six times. He even tried to change clothes to change his appearance, according to court records.

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Hyzdu was told he was no longer allowed on the property, but he entered once more.

When the police arrived, they found that he was very drunk. Police deemed Hyzdu “a danger to himself and others” and took him into custody.

The archdiocese said it was “grateful for Marshall’s many contributions to Moeller and extends sincere best wishes for his success in his future endeavors.”

The Moeller Board of Trustees and the Archdiocese will now immediately begin their search for a new…

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