High school coaches voted him offensive player of the year.
Gilstrap-Portley saw this as an opportunity to dust off his sneakers and hit the hardwood like it was 2011.
The parents also wondered wondering why the school didn't tell them about it before the news did and how the man was able to share the hallways and classrooms with their kids.
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ABC7 reports that Dallas was the resource officer and the alleged gunman was "19-year-old Matt Milby", a former student. Howell said that students and staff at the school appeared to have acted coolly under stress during the incident.
"We have some liberal policies for homeless students, but he knew that".
According to NBC Dallas Forth Worth, Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley allegedly claimed he was a displaced refugee of Hurricane Harvey and enrolled as a freshman at Skyline High School last fall under the pseudo identity of 17-year-old Rashun Richardson. No, really, a grown-ass adult has been accused of posing as a 17-year-old to play basketball.
Police are also investigating whether he had a relationship with a 14-year-old-girl. Portley was arrested Friday and is facing a charge of tampering with government records.
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Gilstrap-Portley has since been released from jail after posting bond. Things reportedly fell apart for him after he played in a tournament in April, and was recognized by one of his former coaches from North Mesquite High School, where he was on the basketball team as a real teenager seven years ago. However, this isn't the first time we've seen people in their 20s successfully pose as high schoolers to play sports. So much for that. She says she would never have allowed her daughter to date a 25-year old man.
Gilstrap-Portley, who apparently had a moderately successful stint as a guard for Dallas Christian College's basketball team from 2013-2014, got his wish when he landed a starting role on Hillcrest's team. "I don't know what, how [the school] let this slip through the cracks".
She added: 'I'm upset, frustrated, angry and sad at the same time. "When we had the issue of Hurricane Harvey in the Houston-area, he took advantage of that and portrayed himself as a victim of that event and enrolled himself in one of our schools". "If it's happening at Hillcrest, then it could be happening somewhere else". It could have gone differently if he had other intentions to hurt her or to traffic her'.
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Reports say that the police report remained confidential until October, when the informant sent the email to DelTondo's school. Authorities said that it is unclear whether the incident with the teenager had anything to do with her murder.