Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Arkansas Teacher Gets Prison for Sex Assault - Update

(Lonoke County, Arkansas)
A former Cabot junior high school teacher who pleaded guilty last month to more than a dozen counts of sexual assault involving a juvenile student has been sentenced to six years in prison and ordered to register as a sex offender.

Prosecuting Attorney Chuck Graham said Stacy Stracener was sentenced Tuesday morning in Lonoke County Circuit Court to 15 years in prison with nine of them suspended. Stracener must serve at least two years before becoming eligible for parole.
Stracener's teaching license has been suspended and she was ordered to pay $700 in fines.

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Arkansas Teacher Guilty of Sex Assault - Update
[Previous 12/19/12 post]
(Cabot, Arkansas)
Stacy Stracener pleaded guilty to 11 counts of First Degree Sexual Assault and two counts of Second Degree Sexual Assault.

The former science teacher at Cabot Junior High North was arrested in February 2012, after police took a report from the school about the alleged incident with a 15-year-old.

In March, Stracener pleaded not guilty to her charges.
Sentencing is scheduled for next month.

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Arkansas Teacher Accused of Sex Assault
[Previous 2/14/12 post]
(Cabot, Arkansas) A science teacher at Cabot Junior High School, Stacy Stracener, has been accused of engaging in sex with a male student.

Stracener faces 11 counts of first degree sexual assault and two counts of second degree sexual assault.
A report was filed last week that Stracener had allegedly made contact with a male student at the school.

Cabot police began an investigation after the complaint was filed with the school of Stracener’s activity.
Stracener was booked into custody at the Lonoke County Detention Center. A court appearance is scheduled for later today.

1 comment:

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