Detectives from the Child Abuse & Sex Assault Section in Montgomery Co., MD arrested a female teacher for the sexual abuse of one of her male students. On Feb. 9, Ashley Jean Campbell (27), currently living in Cochranville, PA, was arrested and charged with two counts of sexual abuse of a minor and two counts of committing a fourth-degree sex offense. Campbell was a teacher at Montrose Christian School in Rockville, MD.
According to the Montgomery County, MD Government:
On February 3, 2012, officials at Montrose Christian School received an anonymous email alleging a sexual relationship between a teacher and a 16-year-old male student. That same day school officials contacted the Montgomery County Police Family Crimes Division, and an investigation into the allegations was initiated.
Detectives spoke with the 16-year-old student victim and learned that he and Campbell had been involved in a sexual relationship from the fall of 2010 through January 2012. During that time, Campbell would drive the boy to a park in Montgomery Co. where they would have sexual intercourse.
The Washington Post shared:
… Montrose Christian Chancellor Ken Fentress said Campbell no longer teaches at the school and noted that the alleged incidents did not take place on school property.
“Montrose Christian is fully cooperating with authorities,” he wrote, and is “requesting prayer for all involved.”
Campbell turned herself in to police Thursday morning … police said.
Campbell posted bond immediately after her arrest and was released Thursday morning.
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