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Rincon High School teacher charged with 'sexting' teen

By Jonathan Saupe - email

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) - The Tucson Police Department has arrested a teacher from Rincon High School after learning she might be having an inappropriate relationship with a teenage boy.

Detectives say 32-year-old Jennifer Whiting sent sexual photos of herself to the victim via text message. 

Early Friday morning Child Sexual Assault Detectives learned of the alleged relationship from the victim's father.

Whiting left her children at home early Friday morning to meet the victim, police said.

Detectives took her into custody, and Child Protective Services was notified.

She was arrested on one count of Furnishing Harmful Items to a Minor and was booked into the Pima County Jail. 

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