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On Mar. 4, 2014, the Pima County Sheriff’s Department Crimes Against Children Unit began investigating a report that a minor female had been sexually involved with a Pima County Sheriff’s Department corrections officer. The relationship began in late 2013 and ended in early 2014.
The group, Oro Valley Citizens for Ethical Government (OVCEG), said they came 38 signatures short of forcing a recall election of Councilman Mike Zinkin.
Petitions to recall Oro Valley Councilman Mike Zinkin were not submitted by the 5 p.m. deadline on Feb. 11.
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In March, the Oro Valley Police Department School Resource Officers Unit began an investigation involving a possible inappropriate relationship between a high school teacher at Ironwood Ridge High School and a female student.
After allegations surfaced in March about an Ironwood Ridge High School marketing teacher having sex with a student, the Amphitheater School District placed him on administrative leave for five days.
According to news reports, a teacher at Ironwood Ridge High School has been charged with sexual conduct with a minor.
On Jan. 31, at about 5 p.m., a report was made at the Tucson Main Police Station at 270 South Stone in reference to an inappropriate relationship between an adult and a juvenile. A mother reported to police that she located inappropriate sexual conversations between her 15-year-old son and a 26-year-old female on his Facebook account.
A 22-year-old teacher's aide from Amphitheater High School was terminated on Tuesday after allegations of sexual misconduct with students was reported to the Tucson Police Department.
Yesterday, a military recruiter at Flowing Wells High School was arrested and charged with five counts of sexual conduct with a minor
According to the Oro Valley Police report, Ironwood Ridge High School art teacher Melissa Ann Dalton admitted to having intercourse and oral sex on multiple occasions with two male students.
So far in 2012, there have been three teachers arrested in the Tucson region for sexual misconduct with minors/students. Two of those teachers are from the Amphitheater School District, and one from Flowing Wells for alleged relations with a student in the Tucson Unified School District. While the details of each case are bad enough, the sad part of the news is that people are becoming used to it. It’s getting to a point where a teacher having sex with a student isn’t as shocking as it once was.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department Crimes Against Children Unit became aware that a teacher from the Flowing Wells School District was possibly engaging in sexual conduct with a minor.
The Oro Valley Police Department arrested Ironwood High School teacher Melissa Anne Dalton on Tuesday. Dalton, 33, is being charged with four counts of sexual misconduct with a minor.
While a local high school counselor has been charged for not immediately reporting an incident involving a teacher allegedly participating in sexual misconduct with a student, court records show the principal knew first.
An Amphitheater High School teacher accused of sexual misconduct with a student has been charged with a Class Two felony.
The Pima County Attorney’s office said charges could be filed against an Amphitheater High School teacher accused of sexual misconduct with a student as early as this week.
The Pima County Attorney's office said charges are still pending against an Amphitheater High School teacher accused of sexual misconduct with a student.
A teacher and a counselor at Amphitheater High School have been placed on administrative leave after allegations that the male teacher had sex with a 16-year-old student emerged.
by people they already know. Even worse, more and more children are harmed by the very people entrusted to educate and protect them.
Results from a survey of Marana Police Department employees administered by the Arizona Department of Public Safety and delivered to Marana two days before the town's police chief announced his retirement Feb. 15 were overwhelmingly critical of the chief and the department's administration in general.