Another Oklahoma teacher has been arrested and charged with a sex offense after being accused of having a sexual relationship with a student.
Earlier this month, Canadian County Sheriff's deputies arrested Hunter Joanne Day, 22, after parents of a student contacted them after finding nude photos of the woman on their son's cell phone.
The parents identified Day as their son's science teacher at Yukon High School.
Through the course of their investigation, deputies took over the teen's phone and determined that the boy and his teacher has already had sex, and that they were planning to meet again to engage in sexual intercourse.
Deputies texted Day through the student's phone, asking if the "meeting was still on."
Investigators say that Day replied affirmatively, and told the boy he should "hurry up" before her husband got home from work. She reportedly told him that the door would be unlocked "as usual."
When investigators arrived at the teacher's home, they found the woman sitting on the floor of her living room with the lights off and candles lit.
According to sheriff's deputies, the woman admitted that she had sent the teen pictures of herself in her bra and panties, that she had received nude pictures of the teen, and that she had engaged in sex with him.
Day, a first-year teacher working under an emergency certification, was arrested and booked into the Canadian County Jail on complaints of second degree rape, possession of child pornography, and soliciting sex from a minor.
On Wednesday, she was charged in Canadian County with second degree rape and soliciting sexual conduct with a minor by use of technology. Second degree rape, commonly known as statutory rape, is punishable by a maximum of 15 years in prison and lifetime sex offender registration. Solicitation of a minor via technology is also a felony sex crime. The maximum penalty for online solicitation of a minor is 10 years in prison is 10 years in prison and 25 years of sex offender registration as a Level 2 sex offender.