Carrie Njoroge is a former high school teacher and choir director in Missouri who has been charged with sexual contact with a student for an alleged sexual relationship with a male student which took place over the course of approximately three months. An arrest warrant was issued.
The 30-year-old Carrie Njoroge was a teacher and choir director at Webb City High School in Webb City, Missouri and a resident of Oronogo, Missouri. Her full name is Carrie Lynn Njoroge.
According to The Joplin Globe quoting from the probable cause affidavit, the alleged victim, a male student, said said that he and Njoroge engaged in sexual intercourse at her office at the school on April 15, after school hours. The student also alleged that he had had an “ongoing relationship” with Njoroge for approximately three months and that on multiple occasions they had had oral sex.
The newspaper quotes Superintendent, Tony Rossetti, who said that when school administrators first learned of the “allegations of misconduct” they notified law enforcement and put Njoroge on administrative leave. She resigned from her job the next day, April 18th.
She was charged in Jasper County Circuit Court for sexual contact with a student. Jasper County Sheriff’s Office issued an arrest warrant.
Some information on Carrie Njoroge’s bio and professional background were available via a Google cache of a now-deleted LinkedIn profile which revealed that she had been employed by the Webb City R-7 School District for nearly seven years, and was the Webb City High School choir director for the past 10 months.
Check back for more updates on this developing story including the pending arrest, booking photo (mugshot) and more, as information is released.
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