Michigan Teacher Gets Prison for Sex with Student - Update
sentenced by Chief Circuit Judge Kenneth W. Schmidt to serve 7 years and 6 months to 15 years in prison.
Schmidt sentenced Raymo using the higher end of the court's sentencing guidelines due to the nature of the case, he said. After she pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, she knew she would spend at least 57 months behind bars.OK
"As a teacher, you're placed in a position of trust over your students," Schmidt said. "That trust was violated when you elected to freely and willingly have sex with one of your students, no matter what the circumstances were surrounding your acceptance of the fact that you were going to have sex with this young man. The victim has been greatly impacted by this. He switched schools and is seeking therapy."
Michigan Teacher Guilty of Sex with Student - Update
[Previous 9/27/14 post]
(Bay City, Michigan) A 32-year-old teacher at Handy Middle School, Sarah Raymo, has pleaded guilty to engaging in sex with a 14-year-old student.
Douglas Newcombe, Bay City Public Schools superintendent, said school officials became aware of the improper contact in January and immediately reported it to police.Sentencing is scheduled for November 10.
According to the Bay-Arenac ISD directory, Raymo was an English language arts intervention specialist.
Michigan Teacher Accused of Sex with Student
[Previous 1/17/14 post]
(Bay City, Michigan) A 31-year-old teacher at TL Handy Middle School, Sarah Raymo, has been accused of engaging in sex with one of her male students.
Raymo faces counts of criminal sexual conduct.
According to Raymo's attorney, she was arrested late Tuesday at her home.Details on booking are unavailable.
"That's the first indication that there was anything wrong," said attorney, Matthew Reyes.
He claims his client knew nothing of the accusations against her.
"The first she's learning about somebody contacting police or making allegations is when they showed up at her door. We're hoping that everybody is patient with the information and don't rush to judgment," Reyes said.