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Ex-teacher faces child seduction charge involving student

NAPPANEE, Ind. – A former northern Indiana high school teacher faces a child seduction charge alleging she kissed and fondled a male student on two occasions.

Twenty-seven-year-old Brooke Wilson was charged June 24 and a warrant was issued for her arrest, but she had not surrendered as of Tuesday.

The Elkhart Truth reported ( ) Elkhart County court records said Wilson was a teacher at NorthWood High School in Nappanee when she went on two dates in spring 2013 with a boy between 16 and 18 years of age. The records said they engaged in “touching, fondling and kissing.”

The student reported the relationship to officials in September 2013, the records said. Wilson was fired the following month.

Wilson told police she went on two dates with the student in April and May 2013, court records said.