Nicole Marie-Faires Andrews was charged with aggravated sexual abuse of a child and improper relationship between teacher and student, the records of the sheriff’s office said.
(Williamson County Sheriff’s Office)
A teacher in Texas was Tuesday arrested after an alleged sexual relationship with a minor she reportedly met while volunteering in a church.
According to KXAN, Nicole Marie-Faires Andrews, a former high school teacher, was accused by the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office of engaging in a sexual relationship with a minor child she met at the Church at Canyon Creek.
Authorities reportedly began investigating the alleged appointment in October, while Andrews, 31, was a volunteer youth administrator. A spokesman for the church could not be immediately reached for comment, but KXAN reported that the group is sending an e-mail to the members of the church to inform them about the incident.
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Andrews reportedly worked at Cedar Park Middle School until she resigned on Nov. 6. Authorities with the sheriff’s office said the minor was not a student at the school, Fox 7 reported. The school could not immediately be reached for comment.
Williamson County Sheriff’s Office records showed that Andrews, of Cedar Park, was charged with aggravated sexual abuse of a child and improper relationship between teacher and student.