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Teacher 'Suspended For Relationship With Teen' Shot Dead Outside Mum's House

16 May 2018, 07:33 | Opal Carroll

Teacher caught in inappropriate incident with teen in 2016 dies in hail of gunfire

Rachael DelTondo, 32-Year-Old Teacher Fatally Shot in Aliquippa

A Pennsylvania schoolteacher who was reported to have had a teenage boy in her auto and who was later suspended was shot to death in her mother's driveway on Mother's Day. DelTondo had been suspended after confidential information was leaked from the police department regarding an encounter between her and an underage student from another school. "I really don't", added Dan Casper, another neighbor. When qeustioned by the officer, Deltondo claimed that she was just friends with the student and that they were only talking; police added that she claimed she was only talking with the teen because "he was upset and needed someone to talk to".

Ms DelTonda is pictured with her partner in 2015.

According to reports, an anonymous October email tipped off school officials to the 2016 incident.

DelTondo was an elementary school teacher at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, an online public school in Midland, until she was suspended in October 2017, Brian Hayden, the school's CEO, told Fox News.

Rachael DelTondo, 32, came back from a trip to the ice cream shop Sunday evening on Mother's Day when several bullets struck her outside her family's home in Aliquippa, KDKA reported.

The report, which was reportedly written by an Aliquippa officer, and later confirmed to The Beaver Countian by law enforcement officials as being authentic, described DelTondo as being in a parked vehicle with steamed windows alongside a 17-year-old student of hers.

The Beaver County Coroner's Office ruled the teacher's death a homicide, according to KDKA, and noted that she died of multiple gunshots. A police report from 2016 said the two were found in a "steamed-up" parked auto around 2 a.m.

Hayden said the school reported the incident to authorities under Pennsylvania law and placed DelTondo on paid suspension.

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The email included the police report and a note that DelTondo and the teen had a "relationship" over text messages and Snapchat messages.

No charges were brought, but DelTondo was still suspended by the school.

DelTondo's fiancé reportedly called off the wedding several months after the 2016 incident. However, investigators have not revealed information about the case at this time. However, the school's CEO found that the teenager was never a registered student at the school. A meeting between the Aliquippa Police, state police, and district attorney is expected on Tuesday (May 15) morning, and a statement is expected at that time.

DelTondo was suspended last November from the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.

'We have no additional information beyond what is being reported by local media. We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and co-workers.

Last year, DelTondo was featured on a Get Marty report in a dispute over her custom wedding dress.

The family, who had already put down a $4,600 non-refundable deposit, told the salon they would like to pay the balance and receive the dress so they could sell it, but said the designer never delivered the gown and refused to refund their deposit. Her mom, Lisa DelTondo, bought her a $10,000 wedding dress from Anne Gregory Bridal in Dormont.



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