Cass High teacher arrested on sexual assault charge
by Staff
04:28 PM, Friday, January 30
A Cass High School teacher has been charged with sexual assault relating to an “inappropriate relationship” with a 17-year-old student. According to a news release from the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office: On Jan. 26, Bartow County Campus Police Ch...

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