Southeast Nebraska teacher takes plea deals in 2 counties on student sex cases


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TECUMSEH, Nebraska — A southeast Nebraska woman has taken plea deals in neighboring counties on allegations that she had sex with a student.

The Beatrice Daily Sun reports ( ) that 25-year-old Carrie Miller will be sentenced on July 1 in Nemaha County. In Nemaha County, Miller pleaded no contest and was convicted of two felony counts and one misdemeanor count of child abuse. She pleaded no contest and was convicted of one felony and one misdemeanor count of child abuse in Johnson County. Prosecutors lowered some charges and dismissed others in return for her pleas.

Authorities say Miller, of Tecumseh, taught at Johnson County Central High School and had a relationship with the teenager for a year. Under Nebraska law, people 19 and over cannot have sexual contact with people under 16.

Information from: Beatrice Sun,

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