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Married Biology Teacher Traumatized 17-Year-Old Male Student with Sex Romps, Cops Say

A married high school biology teacher was busted for allegedly traumatizing a 17-year-old male student with sexual contact.

Sarah Madden Fowlkes, 27, formerly taught at Lockhart High School in Lockhart, Texas, reports the Hays Free Press, an area newspaper.

The Lockhart police department alleges that Fowlkes “engaged in sexual contact” with the 17-year-old male student enrolled at Lockhart High, according to Austin NBC affiliate KXAN-TV.

Local cops also said the teacher had “the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of the student,” according to the Hays Free Press. In addition to this, Fowlkes and the student exchanged messages via an undisclosed medium, says law enforcement.

Police started investigating the possibility of  relationship between Fowlkes and the student on March 10 after receiving a tip from a school administrator. The allegations that Fowlkes traumatized a 17-year-old male student with sexual contact mark the first time police in Lockhart investigated an improper teacher-student relationship.

“Seventeen years old is obviously older but at the same time it doesn’t make anything right,” Lockhart police detective Jesse Bell told KXAN-TV. “If the kid is in school, parents trust the school to take care of their kids so it’s definitely not right — that a teacher in a position of power over a student be able to take advantage of a student.”

The Lockhart Independent School District has made counselors available in case any students need therapy after hearing that a 17-year-old student allegedly had sexual contact with Fowlkes.

Fowlkes taught anatomy, physiology and environmental systems at the school. Previously, she’d been a teacher at Plum Creek Elementary School in the Lockhart school district. She started working for the district since October 2014. She is a native of Dripping Springs Texas.

School district officials suspended Fowlkes. Typically, such suspensions are paid, at least at the start.

Lockhart Independent School District superintendent Susan K. Bohn issued a letter assuring parents that “student safety is the district’s most important priority” and that district officials “acted swiftly to involve law enforcement,” according to the Hays Free Press.

Police released Fowlkes on the same day she was arrested after she satisfied bond requirements.