Quinton substitute teacher faces rape charges
|Updated: 12/19/2012 5:15 pm
||Published: 12/19/2012 3:47 pm
A Quinton High School substitute teacher faces five charges of 2nd degree rape for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year old student.
According to court records a Quinton police officer was called to the school on November 29th to investigate allegations a teacher, Andrea Antrich, was having a relationship with a student. Police say the student and his mother were in the office and told the officer the allegations were true and filled out a statement at the police station that the relationship happened at the teacher’s home after school hours.
Records show police then went to Antrich’s home to get a statement. Police say Antrich admitted to having a sexual relationship with the student. Records show the alleged relationship took place between October 1st and the end of November. Police determined she should face rape charges based on the victim and defendant statements and her role as a substitute teacher and his role as a student.
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