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Teacher case moves to grand jury

Facing solicitation of minor charge

January 17, 2013

RIPLEY — A teacher accused of an alleged relationship with a 15-year-old Wood County student had his case bound over to a Jackson County grand jury Wednesday....

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Jan-17-13 7:55 PM

I guess I missed that. I read it before the morning coffee. That is definitely too much of an age gap for a young man who is intelligent enough to be a teacher. I stick with my opinion of the 17 year old cut off. Sorry :/

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Jan-17-13 9:07 AM

It wouldn't be criminal if she were 17 or 18, sure. Still an abuse of his authority and position, and still morally wrong. Slade is right clearly states in the article that she was 15.

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Jan-17-13 6:29 AM

First line of the article says she is/was 15.

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Jan-17-13 5:54 AM

Is this article designed to bias people? It said the minor was a high school student but I saw no mention of age. 17 or 18, not too young for a 22 year old man! Was it stupid for him to come on to a student? Yes! Criminal? Not if she were 17 or older.

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