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Ex-Schuyler teacher seeks OK to plead guilty
Law Center | 2011/08/01 08:48
A former Schuyler teacher accused of sending nude photos and sexually explicit text messages to a student is asking to plead guilty.

The Columbus Telegram reports that 26-year-old Jesse Harmon faces federal charges of enticing a minor in sexually explicit conduct, visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct and possession of child pornography.

According to a document filed last month, Harmon requested permission to plead guilty.

A police affidavit filed in Colfax County District Court says Harmon's texts included nude photos of himself, talk about sexual contact and requests for suggestive photos of the 16-year-old student.

A federal hearing for Harmon is scheduled for Aug. 19. He had pleaded not guilty in the state case before it was dropped.

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