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Lafayette teacher resigns after accusations

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A Lafayette County teacher has resigned and could face charges stemming from accusations of a relationship with a student.

According to Chief Investigator Alan Wilburn, the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint in early June regarding a “teacher having improper conduct with a student.” The teacher has been identified as 27-year-old Molly Wray, a math teacher at Lafayette High School.

While no charges have been filed at this time, the sheriff’s department along with Mississippi Bureau of Investigations investigated the allegations, and an affidavit for Enticement Of A Child To Meet For Sexual Purposes has been filed.

A news release from the department states that Wray will face a Circuit Court Judge to determine if such probable exist in order for a warrant to be issued for her arrest.

While no date has been set, a probable cause hearing will be set first available date.

Wray had worked with the school for four years.

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