Teacher shot dead after having sex with student

Teacher shot dead after having sex with student

A Pennsylvania teacher was gunned down on Mother's Day just months after being suspended from her job following a leaked police report stating that officers had found her in a steamed-up parked vehicle with a 17-year-old boy, reports the Daily Mail.

The death has stunned neighbors in the quiet neighborhood and police are hunting for clues to the identity of the killer. Others counted between 10 and 12 shots fired.

But the wedding was called off unexpectedly - a few months after DelTondo was caught with the teen, but before the report was made public. "Ms. DelTondo was employed by PA Cyber but on a paid suspension". After not appearing for a hearing, Cherico was ordered by a court to pay the DelTondos $4,600.

Reports say that the police report remained confidential until October, when the informant sent the email to DelTondo's school.

Griffin contacted the designer, who cited family emergencies as the reason behind the delay, and the DelTondo family received their money.

Rachael DelTondo, 32, was shot after telling family that she was coming home from getting ice cream with a friend, WPXI reported.

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Another neighbour, Dan Casper, added: "I don't know why that happened". At this time, there is no information about a possible suspect or motive.

The report said DelTondo "didn't want her fiance to know" she was with the boy, claiming he was a friend.

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Mayor Dawn Walker spoke to local news outlets about the victim, saying that she was a kind person who did not wrong others.

Earlier previous year, DelTondo was in the press over a dispute with a bridal shop over her wedding dress.

Brian Hayden, chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, has today released a statement after learning of DelTondo's death.

According to their news site, The Beaver Countian received an anonymous email containing a report by the Aliquippa Police Department about an incident that allegedly occurred on February 6, 2016. The report stated that no charges had been filed against DelTondo in the incident.

Reportedly, her name was sometimes misspelled as "Rachel" in certain media publications concerning the story.

Authorities are now searching for the person who approached DelTondo within minutes of being dropped off and shot her, Lozier told Newsweek.

Authorities then drove the student home, and informed DelTondo that there were "better places to just talk".

These are the early conclusions of investigators in Aliquippa, Beaver County, Pa., where several layers of law enforcement are probing Sunday night's shooting death of suspended cyber teacher Rachael DelTondo, age 33.

It is being speculated that something the student revealed to DelTonto may have led to her death.

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