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Missouri Substitute Teacher Loryn Barclay Arrested On Sexual Assault Charges

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Loryn Barclay, a 24-year-old former substitute teacher is charged with having sex with one of her 17-year-old students.

Barclay, 24, of Washburn, Missouri, allegedly had oral sex with the teen student in his car on multiple occasions between November 2016 and January 2017 while she worked as a substitute teacher at Monett High School. Barclay also reportedly admitted to having intercourse with him twice at his home.

On Sunday, June 25, Barclay was charged with six counts of sexual contact with a student in two counties. Monett City Police Officer Jay Jastal, who works in the school as a resource officer, was tipped off to the alleged relationship on May 3.

via The Monett Times:

On May 3, Jastal spoke with the 17-year-old student, who allegedly confirmed he and Barclay had intercourse and oral sex on multiple occasions between November 2016 and January 2017. The interactions allegedly occurred at Monett North Park in Lawrence County and at the student’s family’s home in Monett in Barry County.

On May 4, Jastal spoke with Barclay, and she allegedly said she “had an inappropriate relationship” with a student while employed by the district as a substitute. She said she had intercourse with the student twice at his home and performed oral sex on the student at North Park, each of the incidents occurring between November and December 2016.

Jastal said he spoke with Monett High School Principal David Williams, and he advised the district wished to pursue charges. Jastal said he does not believe any other students were involved with Barclay.

Barclay was first hired as a substitute teacher in 2016. She began her role as a teacher assistant in January of 2017, however, she was relieved of her duties on April 27.

Barclay was booked into Lawrence County jail before being released on a $25,000 bond. Her next court appearance scheduled for July 24. Furthermore, she is also wanted in Barry County, where a warrant for her arrest has also been issued. That warrant has a cash-only bond of $10,000.

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