A Daphne High School teacher surrendered to police Oct. 27, facing multiple charges of having sex with a student.
Isaac Evans, 22, was charged with two counts of a school employee having sex with a student, four counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and one count of harassment, according to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office.
Jail records show Evans was booked at 9:40 a.m. Monday morning and released about two hours later on $1,000 bond.
When the school system became aware of the allegations, Evans was placed on paid administrative leave Oct. 6, Baldwin County Public Schools Director of Communications Terry Wilhite said.
“Proceedings are underway to terminate his employment,” he said. “The matter is under investigation by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office. Daphne High School is an outstanding school, with an outstanding reputation. The focus at Daphne High School will continue to be on academic excellence.”
According to Wilhite, Evans was hired by the Baldwin County Board of Education on June 19, 2014. The investigation is ongoing.
Men arrested after soliciting homeless to cash checks
Three men were arrested Oct. 27 after police responded to a complaint of two men soliciting homeless people to cash checks for them in exchange for $500.
After an investigation, Mobile police searched the suspects’ vehicle and hotel room at the Country Inn & Suites located at 1130 Joaneen Drive in Saraland, where they found counterfeit checks, bags of marijuana and illegal prescription drugs, according to MPD spokeswoman Ashley Rains.
Elgin Barber, 24, and Justin Lewis, 22, who were located in the vehicle, were each charged with 10 counts of second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. A third man, 28-year-old Osez Jones, was taken into custody at the hotel and charged with second degree possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.
As of Oct. 28, all three men remained in Mobile County Metro Jail, according to the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office.
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