Second teacher suspended after investigation into inappropriate student relationship
Another teacher in the Basehor-Linwood School District has been suspended in connection to allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior with a student.
The behavior allegedly took place between the 29-year-old teacher and the 17-year-old student at the time the student was 15 and continued until she was 16. Basehor Police Chief Lloyd Martley said police had investigated the teacher for sexual exploitation of a child and electronic sexual solicitation. Police uncovered information about this case when investigating a different case between a 44-year-old teacher and a 16-year-old student.
Martley said the case had been turned over to the Leavenworth County District Attorney's office, but no charges had formally been filed.
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