Related News: In video apology, former teacher ‘at peace’ after conviction on sex-abuse charge

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The former high school teacher convicted on Friday of having sex with a 14-year-old student has issued a video apology in which she credits her faith for helping her through the ordeal.

Alicia Gray, 28, was sentenced to six months in jail and ordered to surrender her teaching certificate for engaging in a sexual act or deviant sexual intercourse with a student under 19 years old while teaching at Mary G. Montgomery High School in Semmes in 2013. She will also have to register as a sex offender.

Source: AL.com

Related News: Dothan school resource officer arrested for sexual relations with student

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A Dothan Police Department School Resource Officer is under arrest after being charged with having a sex with a student. During an investigation, authorities say the officer, Lanice Bonds, confessed to the accusations.

The investigation started on September 17 when the Dothan City Schools forwarded a complaint to the Dothan Police Department regarding a complaint of an inappropriate relationship between the officer and a high school student.

Source: WSFA

Related News: Man charged with sex trafficking high school girls

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A Millington man is accused of sex trafficking young girls from as many as three West Tennessee high schools.

According to U.S. Attorney Edward Stanton, III, Michael A. Lilley, 49, was recruiting girls as young as 15 years old to work as prostitutes at his home. A news release about the charges revealed Lilley and one other person would provide alcohol and drugs to the girls.

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Related News: Mont. court blocks judge on new sentence for teen rape

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Montana’s Supreme Court on Friday ordered a county judge to cancel a hearing to reconsider the 30-day prison sentence he gave a former high school teacher convicted of raping a 14-year-old student with whom he had a sexual relationship for several months.

Source: USA Today

Related News: Ex-lawmaker from Selma sentenced to year in jail for sexual contact with student

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CAMDEN, Alabama — Former state Rep. James Thomas of Selma has been sentenced to spend one year in jail on a charge of having sexual contact with a female student at the Wilcox County high school where he was principal.

Source: AL.com

Related News: Former Rehobeth teacher sentenced for having sex with student

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Michel, 44, was a long-time science teacher at Rehobeth High School. He was sentenced to 36 years in prison Wednesday by Circuit Judge Butch Binford. Michel will serve three eight-year sentences for having sex with a student and four three-year sentences for the possession of porn material convictions. All sentences will run consecutively, meaning the prison term for each count will not begin until the expiration of the previous count. Binford also denied any probation request and assessed fines and penalties totaling around $6,000.

“This is the most horrible thing anybody could possibly go through,” the mother said, adding that her children still attend school at Rehobeth. “They will suffer daily.”

Source: Dothan Eagle