Amy Lee Cassada, St. Marys, Georgia (arrested June 2013)

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    Amy Lee Cassada, 34, teacher at Ombudsman Alternative School, Ombudsman Educational Services, St. Marys, Georgia, "reportedly electronically furnished obscene materials to minors"

    First Coast News: Camden teacher arrested for child molestation (June 11 2013)

    Police received a report of the allegation on May 28 after suspicious behavior was observed between [Amy Lee] Cassada and a 15-year-old Ombudsman Program student she was tutoring. Investigators with the Armstrong Atlantic State University Police Department found through a search of digital media that Cassada sent the juvenile sexual images through text messages.

    Amy Lee Cassada, St. Marys, Georgia, Ombudsman Alternative School, Ombudsman Educational Services
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    News 4 Jax: Teacher, 34, charged with child molestation (June 11 2013)

    A St. Mary's teacher was released from jail Tuesday after being locked up for sending explicit pictures of herself to a 15-year-old student. Amy Lee Cassada was arrested for what police describe as sending sexual images via text ... On May 28, officers received a report involving allegations of sexual activity between Cassada (pictured, right) and a 15-year-old student at the St. Marys Ombudsman School. St. Marys Police Chief, Tim Hatch told Channel 4 Tuesday night that alleged suspicious behavior happened between Casseda and the student after private tutoring sessions were arranged between them.
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    Florida Times-Union: Alternative school teacher arrested on obscenity, child molestation charges in St. Marys (June 11 2013)

    Amy Lee Cassada, 34, appeared Tuesday in Magistrate Court in Woodbine, where deputy Magistrate Harvey Lee Fry advised her of her rights and set her bail at $10,550 on the molestation charge, a felony, and $2,500 on the misdemeanor charge of providing obscene material to a minor ... The only claim was that she transmitted a series of four pictures to the student, one of which police said was obscene, [defense attorney Alan] Tucker said.