Officials have seized 15 additional computers from the home of a West Springfield High School teacher accused of having inappropriate communication with a teen.
Laurence Einuis, 53, was arrested June 5 on charges of use of communications systems to facilitate certain offenses involving children.
A deputy monitoring jail phone calls between Einuis and his wife overheard the former high school band director asking if police "took the laptops in the garage."
Police had previously seized several computers, cameras and storage devices from Einuis' home. According to a warrant, police returned to the home Tuesday and found 15 additional computers and hard drives.
Investigators said the parents of a 14-year-old victim contacted school administrators June 2 after noticing a number of late-night text messages on their child's phone allegedly from Einuis.
During their conversations, the undercover officer said Einuis "spoke about liking" the teen and wanting to "make out and touch."
At one point, the teen's parents said the suspect approached the teen with handwritten note that read, "SHRED WHEN READ," the affidavit states.