Jessica Storer, 28, was a high school teacher in Lima, Ohio until she was arrested, along with her husband, for getting a student inebriated with alcohol, before Storer engaged in sexual activity with him.
The pair had apparently invited the victim, a teenaged boy, not named due to his age and minor status, along with other youngsters to a “party” at their home. The children were supplied with alcohol.
During the hearing, Storer said that the teenager wasn’t drunk, but the teen did admit to the court that he was under the influence.
Storer may be jailed for up to 5 years, after being charged with sexual battery to which she pled guilty, along with 6 counts of giving minors alcohol. Storer’s husband is facing up to 6 months in prison for three counts of giving minors alcohol.
The Sun finds:
She could be jailed for up to five years after pleading guilty to sexual battery last November. Six counts of giving alcohol to a minor were dismissed in a plea deal at Putnam County Court.
But she will have to register as a sex offender for life. She will be sentenced after the judge gets a background report on her.
Her husband admitted three charges of giving booze to a minor and faces up to six months on each count when sentenced on May 16.
Police Chief Scott Stant arrested Storer last December 21 after a tip off.
The student told him he was at the teacher’s Pandora home on the evening of November 25 and spent the night there after drinking alcohol.