New Jersey Teacher Re-Arrested for Parole Violation

A teacher from Lyndhurst New Jersey was re-arrested late last week after she violated her parole by allegedly trying to contact a 15-year old girl she is accused of sexually assaulting. 32-year-old Lauren Mitchell a married teacher at the Dr. Lena Edwards Academic Charter School in Jersey City where she was a mentor allegedly called the girl using a “restricted” caller ID app she found online and sent her a one-word text message referring to the girl by her quote unquote- “pet name”. Mitchell was forbidden from contacting the student after she was arrested on June 19th on charges of aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child after other teachers witnessed inappropriate behavior on a field trip and reported it to officials in the district, according to NorthJersey.com. Mitchell’s bail is set at 50,000 dollars however the judge warned Mitchells husband that in both this case and the original case bail may be revoked if there are anymore violations. Mitchell’s attorney denies any wrongdoing and says there has been no attempted contact since the arrest and his client is suffering from severe anxiety.

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