NEW YORK: A married science teacher with two kids was known to 'like' a particular male student.
The school management soon heard about it and passed on the information to the authorities who started tracking the pair.
Investigators soon found that the pair had an 'encounter' in the parking lot of private gym, reports NY Daily News.
The duo even allegedly booked a room in a hotel in order to take their so far platonic relationship to a further level. The relationship turned physical between the 34-year-old teacher and the 18-year-old student.
Police officials claim that the woman walked out of her 10-year marriage and it was strictly a one-student affair for the blonde teacher.
Once rumours of their intense relationship reached the school management's ears, they stepped in and forced her to go on paid administrative leave before the story broke out in the local media.
The woman is accused of having sex multiple times with a boy who is now 18.
She was freed after posing $10,000 bond.
Ex attacks women with brick at pizza party
US: A Pittsburgh woman has been jailed on charges she attacked her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend and other women with a knife and a brick at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant during a party for her son.
Monroeville police say 20-year-old Lynaa Eva Dobbins attacked four female guests at the restaurant about 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Investigators say Dobbins was apparently upset that her son's father had a new girlfriend at the party.
Police say Dobbins cut one woman's ear with a knife and hit another with a brick. She's also accused of hitting two other women in the brawl that ensued.
Online court records don't list an attorney for Dobbins, who remained jailed Monday.She faces a July 17 preliminary hearing on aggravated assault and other charges, including stalking her ex-boyfriend. (AP)
Partially blind man swings at flight passengers
Police say an 86-year-old partially blind man who cannot speak English became unruly onboard a Spirit Airlines flight to Florida, compelling the pilot to divert to Houston.
Spirit Airlines says Flight 310 from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., landed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport early Sunday due to a "disruptive customer.
"Police spokesman Kese Smith said Monday the man apparently spoke only French and was traveling alone. Smith said he became frightened and swung at other passengers.
Police found an interpreter and contacted the man's son, who flew to Houston and accompanied his father to Florida.Smith did not provide the man's name.
Spirit spokeswoman Misty Pinson says the other passengers were assigned to a new flight on Sunday and that they will be refunded for the inconvenience. (AP)
Would-be burglar gets tangled in window blinds
ALBUQUERQUE: Police say a would-be burglar was halted by unlikely obstacles - window blinds.
KRQE-TV reports that police found Thomas Molina on Sunday tangled in some window blinds at Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque after police received a call about a break-in.
Police say the 38-year-old Molina told police he was looking for computer hardware.
Molina was arrested and charged with burglary and breaking and entering. He is being held on a $10,000 bond.
It was unclear if he had an attorney. (AP)