Posted on | January 12, 2014 | 30 Comments
Alicia Gray performed oral sex on 14-year-old boy.
A former Alabama high school teacher who was married, pleaded guilty to having sex with a student, and has been sentenced to immediately serve jail time as well as surrender her teaching certificate.
Alicia Gray, 28, accepted a plea deal by prosecutors as she was convicted of engaging in a sexual act or deviant sexual intercourse with a student under 19 years old.
Gray was sentenced to serve six months behind bars with five years of probation.
“Deviant sexual intercourse”? An affidavit, reported when Gray was arrested last year, has since been sealed by court order, but the Internet is forever and the sordid details are still out there:
Charging documents obtained by Local 15 news describe in graphic detail what Mobile County Sheriff’s investigators said was a sexual affair between Mary G. Montgomery High School math teacher Alicia Gray and her 14 year old student. The relationship, Mobile County Cpl. Terri Hall wrote, started around New Year’s Day 2013 with inappropriate contact between the student, whose name was redacted because he is a minor, and Gray started on Facebook using cellphones and computers.
The contact then became physical, the records show, quoting the teen as having “inappropriate physical contact which consisted of kissing and hugging during and after school hours while at Mary G. Montgomery High School.” Hall also claimed the boy told investigators his relationship with Gray “intensified” resulting in an exchange of oral sex between the two taking place, “near or at the victim’s residence.” . . .
[T]he boy also told investigators Gray “took several naked pictures and transmitted those pictures to one another via their cell phones through Snap Chat application.”
In linking last night’s round-up of recent teacher sex news, Instapundit called attention to Gray’s case and remarked:
Obviously, we need to end mandatory celibacy and let high school teachers marry.
This sarcastic reference to the Catholic priest scandal — for such were the arguments of “reformers” in that context — also points out the falsehood of one common reaction to teacher sex crimes.
Ever since the Debra LaFave case, some people have marveled at instances of female teachers arrested for molesting teenage boys: “But she’s good-looking — why can’t she get a man?”
The assumption is that sexual desperation is the motive for these crimes, when in fact, it’s a matter of sexual preference: Sure, they can get men, but they don’t want men — they want boys.
Abnormal? Certainly. Uncommon? Not exactly.
Police say Brianne Altice admitted sex with boy, 16.
A Davis High School English teacher was charged [Dec. 17] with three counts of first-degree felony rape stemming from her alleged sexual relations with a then-16-year-old male student.
In 2nd District Court documents, 34-year-old Brianne Land Altice is accused of having had sexual intercourse with the boy, now 17, on at least three occasions between January and September of this year.
Prosecutors say the teacher acknowledged to investigators that she had engaged in sex with the boy on two of the three occasions in which she has been charged.
An earlier probable cause statement, filed with the Davis County Jail after Altice was arrested at her South Weber home in late October, alleged that one of the trysts occurred in a Kaysville park.
Police say Quotaysha Jones had sex with a 16-year-old boy.
The 29-year-old Port St. Lucie elementary school teacher accused of having sex with a teenage boy remained in the St. Lucie County jail . . .
Quotaysha Jones, a fifth grade Mariposa Elementary teacher, was arrested [Dec. 20] after the end of the school day on a felony sexual assault-related charge, according to sheriff’s officials. . . .
The boy, now 17, told detectives he and Jones were having sex for about a year after he turned 16 and had sex four to six times during that period, according to the report.
Kathryn Camille Murray had sex with a 15-year-old boy.
The former Memorial Middle School teacher who had sex with a 15-year-old student has pleaded guilty to the charges against her.
Kathryn Camille Murray pleaded guilty to one count of improper relations with a student and one count of sexual assault of a child. Two other counts against Murray were dropped.
Murray was charged in February 2012 after investigators learned of her relationship with a teen she was supposed to be tutoring. She had multiple sexual encounters with the boy.
Investigators said Murray, who was 29 years old, had sex with the boy at his home on February 11, 2012, while his parents were away. She also had sex with him at a hotel on the night of a school dance and in her classroom on two separate occasions.
The former eighth grade teacher . . . taught at Memorial Middle for three years as a Language Arts teacher. . . .
“Campus and District administration took immediate and appropriate action after an initial report was made by a faculty member to the school principal on Feb. 13. Mrs. Murray was removed from the classroom and the campus on the same day,” the district said in a released statement.
But after the allegations surfaced and Murray lost her job, she still continued to have contact with the boy after a judge strictly forbade it, landing herself in more trouble.
In January 2013, Murray was charged with harboring a runaway when police found the boy with her at her father’s home. They caught the boy, who was 16 at the time, trying to leave out the back door.
Rachel Santoro is accused of sex with 15-year-old boy.
A teacher has been accused of having sex with a boy she tutored in her home.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office charged Rachel Santora, 31, of Brooklawn Drive, Brighton, with second degree criminal sex act, a felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
Santora is accused of engaging in sex acts with a 15-year-old male student over the summer of 2013 while she was employed as a teacher with the Rush-Henrietta School District.
Megan Garland molested two teenage boys.
A former teacher at Messmer High School was sentenced [Jan. 3] to four years in prison for having sexual contact with two students.
Megan Garland, 29, of Waukesha pleaded no contest in October to charges of child enticement and sexual assault by school staff, both felonies. She had been set for trial on two counts of second-degree sexual assault, involving boys ages 14 and 15. She will spend six years under supervision after her release from prison.
Her father and attorney said Garland has long suffered from depression and anxiety, and has been in treatment and on medication since the arrest that ended her teaching career in its first year. . . .
Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Wagner adopted the high end of the sentencing range recommended by Assistant District Attorney Erin Karshen, who said Garland groomed her victims with rides, snacks, flirting and sexualized banter . . .
Karshen said Garland was also jealous and vindictive, once touching one of the boys in a hallway to interrupt his conversation with a girl. Another time, when the boys were resisting or ignoring her, Garland lied to a basketball coach about the boys’ behavior to get them suspended from the team, Karshen said.
In a lengthy prepared statement to Wagner, the older boy’s mother . . . said Garland “meticulously planned” the acts to “indulge her sick fantasy.”
Garland was arrested after she was caught performing a sex act on a 14-year-old male student May 23 in the parking lot of Destiny Church and School in Milwaukee. Prosecutors later added a second charge, that she groped a 15-year-old male Messmer student while giving him a ride in her car earlier that month and had him touch her sexually.
Obviously, these mentally disturbed freaks are in need of therapy. Perhaps the school psychologist could help them?
Megan Snipes is accused of sex with a 16-year-old boy.
A high school psychologist is accused of engaging in sexual acts with a 16-year-old pupil.
Authorities in South Carolina charged Megan Michelle Snipes, 29, with sexual battery of a student, according to WCBD.
Police say that Snipes, who works as psychologist for the Beaufort County School District, was discovered to have shared lewd text messages with a male student under her treatment. . . .
Investigators say that after interviewing the suspect and alleged victim, they found that that Snipes allegedly engaged in a sexual act with the victim on Oct. 18.
Police arrested Snipes [Dec. 20].
Snipes has been placed on administrative leave pending a full investigation, according to the Beaufort Gazette.
All seven of these cases made headlines in the past month, and if we were to extrapolate this figure over the course of a year, we could estimate that at least 80 female teachers are charged with sex crimes annually in the United States. Perversion is rampant and we may be in the midst of a complete societal breakdown.
Remember this, the next time you see a poll asking whether the country is “on the right track” or heading in “the wrong direction.”