In a shocking incident, the police caught a teacher who was supposedly waiting in a candlelit room in her house to have sex with one of her students.
Hunter day of Yukon Public School was having an illicit relationship with her student. When the parents of the students got a hint of it, they filed a complaint at the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office.
The 22-year old teacher, who is also married, was arrested at her home in Yukon, Oklahoma after the complaint was made.
The parents of the student also handed over their son’s cell phone to the Sheriff’s office for a forensic review. They informed the investigators that they had already checked their son’s phone and found text messages and nude photographs, which clearly indicated that Day was indeed having sex with their son.
On examining the data on the phone, the investigators confirmed that Day and the under-age student had already engaged in sexual intercourse and further plans were being made to meet at her house to have sex again.
Using the information about date-time-venue, the investigators pretended to be the boy and contacted Day to confirm the meeting.
On reaching Day’s house, the investigators texted Day: ‘I’m here.’
Day replied: ‘the doors [sic] unlocked as usual’.
When the investigators opened the door, they found Day sitting seductively on the floor with the lights off and candles lit. She was dressed in a T-shirt and workout shorts.
The investigators told her who they were and why they were there. Day ‘fully cooperated’ and gave in when confronted with her relationship with the student. She also confessed to sending ‘bra and panty pics’ and receiving pictures of the boy’s private parts.
Chris West, Canadian County Sheriff said:
“This is a classic case of a serious breach of public trust. School teachers are entrusted to protect and educate our children, not to engage in an unlawful sexual relationship with them.”
This might be the first time the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a school teacher for having sex with a minor, but their unit ‘Internet Crimes Against Children’ has arrested many others in the past who hold a crucial position in the offices of public trust, law enforcement, firefighters and even the clergy.
West added, “I’m no longer surprised by the people who commit these crimes because predators come from all walks of life.”
The school where Day worked as a teacher issued a statement on Twitter.
The statement read:
“This behaviour was representative of a very poor decision by a person entrusted with teaching our students.
The safety and well-being of our students is our number one priority.”
Day is now facing charges of Rape in the Second Degree, Possession of Child Pornography, and Soliciting Sex From a Minor Using Technology, and is currently in the custody in the Canadian County jail.
Her bond was set at $85,000 dollars.
Information source: unilad
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