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Police: North Carolina teacher fled town after discovering student sex charges on social media

June 16, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Police: North Carolina teacher fled town after discovering student sex charges on social media

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A teacher in North Carolina reportedly left town when she discovered on social media that she had been charged with having a sexual relationship with a student.

On June 4th, a grand jury indicted 26-year-old Kayla Sprinkles on sexual assault charges after accusations surfaced that she was having a sexual relationship with a student in the Cherokee County schools system.

The Andrews High School educator’s relationship with the student allegedly took place from December 2016 to April 2017, according to WPVI.

Sprinkles left the county after news of the indictment was posted on social media. She finally turned herself in on June 7th to the Mecklenburg County Detention Center, where she posted $25,000 bond.

She is scheduled to appear in Cherokee County Superior Court on July 2nd.

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