Smyrna Woman Arrested for Alleged Sexual Misconduct with Student to Appear in Court Next Week

Smyrna Woman Arrested for Alleged Sexual Misconduct with Student to Appear in Court Next Week | Cunningham, teacher, Wilson County, Sexual Misconduct, Carrie Cunningham, Wilson County news

A Smyrna woman who taught at the Watertown High School in Wilson County last year, will appear in court next week to face charges stemming from an investigation into sexual misconduct with a possible student. 23-Year old Carrie Cunningham is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a juvenile.  

Cunningham was investigated by the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office this past November and arrested in December on charges of sexual exploitation of a minor, sexual battery of a minor and sexual contact with a minor. The investigation into Cunningham started after a complaint was filed with the school by a parent of a student in 2013.

The Smyrna resident, who was arrested on December 12th of last year and bonded out the very same day, will travel to Wilson County for her nearing court date on Thursday, January 30, 2014. The case will be heard on Thursday at 9 AM. 

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Wilson County Sheriff’s Office

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