In February, Rios was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after he fired at a car passing by his home. He was released on bail and returned to the board. His colleagues and community members urged him to resign.
Two months later, he was arrested on suspicion of raping two women, pimping and using his position as a school board member to recruit prostitutes, some of whom were minors.
If convicted, he could face a life sentence. He was released on $250,000 bail.