40 year old teacher dating 18 year old student when to meet the kids when dating
Criminal charges include pleading guilty to one (1) count of sexual misconduct with a child, which led to a sentence of two (2) years in prison , three (3) years probation, and must register as a sex offender.Cynthia Horvath, aged 45 at the time, was employed as a teacher at Warner Christian Academy in the state of Florida when she was arrested for having sex with a seventeen (17) year old student over the summer of 2008.Criminal charges against Geisel initially were two (2) felony counts of rape in the third degree and two (2) counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, but through plea bargaining, Geisel and her attorney were able to greatly reduce the severity and number of actual charges she pled guilty to in the end.Becci Hill was employed as a behavioral counselor at Sanders School in Indianapolis, Indiana at the time of her arrest in July of 2006.A COLOMBIAN high school teacher forced students to have sex with her - and threatened to fail them if they didn't.
She served two months of her sentence before being released in December of 2005.
The victim and Horvath regularly rendezvoused at hotels in their local area, and upon confrontation by school officials about the alleged relationship at the time, Horvath immediately resigned.
Criminal charges shortly followed, and in February of 2009, Horvath pled guilty and received a sentence of one-year community control, seven years of probation, and registration as a sex offender.
She is currently awaiting trial in this criminal case, which police investigators filed in August of 2009.
Keri Ann Brekne was a seventh grade teacher in the social studies department at Lopatcong Township Middle School located in Phillipsburg, New Jersey when she was arrested for sexual assault against a fourteen-year-old girl in both her home in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, as well as in the female child’s home in New Jersey.
She allegedly asked up to 40 16-year-old boys for their numbers "to help with their studies".