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Dallas H.S. Math Teacher had sex with a second student in the back seat of her car: Police

April 15, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Dallas H.S. Math Teacher had sex with a second student in the back seat of her car: Police Kaitlyn Granado arrested for another sexual tryst with student

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According to a court affidavit, the math teacher at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, arrested in March for having sex with a 15-year-old student, has been arrested again for a second offense.

Police say Kailyn Granado had sexual intercourse on two consecutive nights with another 15-year-old student in the back seat of her car back in January. According to Police, the high school sophomore admitted to a school resource educator that he and Granado, 24, had sex in her car on Jan. 18 and 19th.

The student’s name is being withheld due to the fact he is a juvenile. He was interviewed back on March 24, just days after Granado’s first arrest for having an inappropriate relationship with another student, which occurred last year.

School officials immediately put Granado on paid administrative leave after she posted bail back in March.

Police again arrested the teacher on Monday in connection with this second allegation of sexual misconduct with the other underage student. Granado posted $50,000 bail for her release from the custody of the Irving City Jail.

The affidavit says the incident in January occurred in front of a home directly across the street from the West Dallas Nancy J. Cochran Elementary School.

Police first alerted officials from the Irving school district of the investigation of Granado on March 17 after the school resource officer became aware of a possible relationship between Granado and a second 10th-grade student. Police interviewed Granado, and she admitted to inappropriately kissing the student allowing him to touch her breasts back in April 2014.

The affidavit says the student confirmed to police the relationship with Granado back during a March 18 interview. Granado remains on administrative leave. In a statement released by school officials, they sought to reassure families they had taken the correct action against the teacher.

“While privacy laws prevent us from releasing specific details. We want to assure all the families in the community that we took an immediate and appropriate action. Placing her on administrative leave, prevents her from working with students and being present on any Irving ISD campus,” the statement read.

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