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Nebraska substitute teacher caught in car having sex with student, faces criminal charge, reports say

OMAHA, Nebraska — An Omaha Public Schools substitute teacher has been accused of sexual abuse by a school employee after she was found in the backseat of her vehicle with a naked 17-year-old student.

Erin Ward, 45, a substitute at Burke High School, allegedly admitted to Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputies that she had sex with the student when she was arrested, WOWT Channel 6 reports. She was arrested and booked into the county jail.

The Omaha World-Herald reports deputies were called shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday about a suspicious vehicle parked in a cul-de-sac. When officers arrived, they spotted Ward and the student in the back of his Honda Pilot.

The student jumped into the driver’s seat of the vehicle and drove off, but crashed in the front yard of a residence about two blocks away, the World-Herald reports. He then jumped out of the vehicle, without clothes, and ran. The teen was found about an hour later in a nearby neighborhood, wearing a T-shirt, underwear and socks, WOWT reports.

Ward was still in the back of the vehicle when it crashed and was putting her clothes back on when officers approached, KETV Channel 7 reports. The car belongs to Ward and her husband, according to reports .

The school district released a statement saying Ward would not be allowed to return to work.

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