Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Nevada Teacher Gets Probation in Sex Case - Updated

(Las Vegas, Nevada)
A 25-year-old former teacher who pleaded guilty in Las Vegas to romancing a teenage student will have a chance to reduce her felony conviction to a misdemeanor if she completes five years of probation.

But Amanda Brennan faces one to four years in prison if she slips and violates probation imposed Tuesday after her Oct. 31 guilty plea to a felony luring a child charge.
Brennan was also ordered to register as a sex offender.

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Nevada Teacher Accused of Relationship with Student, 15
[Previous 5/14/13 post]
(Las Vegas, Nevada) A 24-year-old English teacher at Foothill High School, Amanda Brennan, has been accused of pursuing a romantic relationship with a 15-year-old male student.

Brennan faces counts of luring a child and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
School District investigators interviewed Brennan on Friday; she was “cooperative” and she admitted to taking the teenager out and communicating with him outside of normal teacher-student relations, said Clark County School District Police Sgt. Mitch Maciszak.

Brennan was then arrested.

Maciszak said the delinquency count pertained to Brennan keeping the teenager out past curfew, and the two luring counts are related to the teacher allegedly going out at night with the student without his parents’ permission.
Details on booking are not available.

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