This story from Arizona is a warning to all parents with teens and even pre-teens. One child was able to get really lucky when the 13-year-old boy’s father noticed his son’s preoccupation with his phone and decided to give it a check. What was on it was enough to give any parent nightmares.
An Arizona school teacher was arrested after a parents discovered disturbing texts from a teacher on their child’s phone.
The 7th grade teacher, Kara Lynn Loofborough, 26, was apparently having sexual conversations with the child. The child later admitted that she had also kept him after class, and exposed herself, letting him touch her.
Police see this is as a huge warning to parents of all children: sometimes checking their phones tells you all you need to know.
Tucson.com has more:
A Tempe middle-school teacher has been arrested for allegedly having sexual encounters with a student.
Tempe police say 26-year-old Kara Lynn Loofborough was arrested on suspicion of furnishing harmful items to a minor, indecent exposure and luring a minor for sexual exploitation.
Police say they contacted Loofborough after receiving a call from the father of the 13-year-old boy last week.
The man was concerned about conversations his son had with the seventh-grade science teacher at Fees College Preparatory Middle School.
Police say the teen allegedly had been Facebook messaging and video chatting with Loofborough after school hours.
She later allegedly exposed herself to the boy via video chat and let him touch her.
Bond was set at $100,000 Monday at Loofborough’s initial court appearance, where she didn’t have an attorney.