FORMER ETOWAH COUNTY TEACHER ACCUSED OF SEXTING STUDENTS

GADSDEN, Ala. (AP) – An Etowah County teacher has been accused of sexting four high school students.

Sheriff Todd Entrekin said in a news release that Kayla Lynn Hodges, 31, was arrested Monday on four misdemeanor counts of a school employee having sexual contact with a student under the age of 19.

Investigators said Hodges sent sexual photos and text messages while she was employed at Gadsden’s Gaston School. Hodges taught seventh- and eighth-grade math.

Etowah County Superintendent Alan Cosby said Hodges resigned from her job on Jan. 7.

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