"I think we're just shocked that it just goes to show that these kinds of things can happen anywhere," said Tam Catterall, an Oak Creek High School parent.
"I'm sad. Sad for the girl, sad for the family, his family, his children. Oh my goodness I mean it's going to be hard on everybody," said Kathy Myers, an Oak Creek High School grandparent.
The superintendent of the Oak Creek-Franklin School District Tim Culver said, "We are shocked and we are sickened and it is unacceptable and we would do anything possible to rid out any harm towards a child."
Before the incident, Culver said Jossie had a good reputation in the community.
"He had a really great reputation in the community and that's I think part of the shock part is like I don't think anyone would have thought this," Culver said.
Oak Creek Police Chief Steven Anderson commended the person who reported the incident.
"If somebody wouldn't have seen this I don't know how long it would have gone on for," Anderson said.