An ex-Georgia high school paraprofessional detained after a complaint against her revealed that she concerned in a physical relationship with her some students at the school where she once worked, according to the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office.
35-year-old Heather Kishun accused of having physical relations with some of her students at Apalachee High School, where she worked, according to a Facebook post by the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office.
The Gwinnett Daily Post told that Kishun registered as a paraprofessional on the school’s website, but by Friday evening, her name had dropped.
Barrow County Schools representative Ken Greene said to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Kishun no longer employed in the school.
Charges And Punishments
On Friday, ex-Georgia high school paraprofessional busted after a grievance against her revealed the woman engaged in a physical relationship with some students at school, according to sources.
Kishun indicted with intensified child molestation, contributing to the misconduct of a minor, providing alcoholic beverages to persons below the legal age and physical assault against a person enrolled in school.
According to the sheriff’s office, Kishun denied a bond in Magistrate Court, and her case transferred to Superior Court.