Saturday, May 18, 2013

Texas Teacher Gets Prison in Sex Case - Update

(Upshur County, Texas)
A former Harmony High School substitute teacher was sentenced to five years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to attempted sexual assault of a 16-year-old boy, Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd said.

Judy Lynn Langford, 36, of Big Sandy, was sentenced by Judge Lauren Parish of the 115th District Court for the Nov. 29, 2011, offense of having “sexual contact” with the youth, Byrd said.

Under the plea bargain, Mrs. Langford agreed to forfeit her substitute teacher’s license and to register as a sex offender until 10 years after she is paroled, he said.
Langford admitted to an additional charge of online solicitation of a minor but avoided prosecution. The DA said he would prosecute if she got into trouble again.

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Texas Teacher Guilty of Sex Assault - Update
[Previous 2/11/13 post]
(Upshur County, Texas) Judy Lynn Langford owned up to being nasty and pleaded guilty to enjoying wagga-wagga sessions with a student.
According to Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd, Judy Lynn Langford was charged with sexual assault of a child and online solicitation of a minor.

Byrd said that the improper relationship charge is more appropriate for her conduct.
Sentencing is scheduled for later this month.

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Texas Teacher Accused of Sex Assault
[Previous 8/10/12 post]
(Upshur County, Texas) A 35-year-old substitute teacher at Harmony ISD, Judy Lynn Langford, has been accused of engaging in sex with a youngster.

Langford faces charges of sexual assault of a child and online solicitation of a minor. According to Harmony ISD Superintendent Jed Whitaker:
"She was considered a very good sub. Several teachers requested her as a sub for their class," said Whitaker.

Whitaker said Langford had been a substitute for four or five years before the alleged incidents took place.

He tells us school officials were notified of the accusation on Thursday, December 1. He said Langford was removed from the substitute list that day, and the Upshur County Sheriff's Office was asked to investigate.
Langford was booked into custody this week and subsequently released on $60,000 bond.


The Big Jub Jub said...
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The Big Jub Jub said...

20 to life should cause little strife...


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