A 22-year-old special education teacher’s aide has been accused of having sexual conduct with a group of students at Amphitheater High School in Tucson.
According to the police report, a staff member informed a police officer working off duty at the high school that Clarice Lee, 22, and several students had engaged in sexual contact on the school grounds. The incident was investigated by detectives from the Child Assault Unit.
Detectives from the Unit report that on January 18 during lunch, Lee and six male students went to a location on campus and Lee allegedly did engage in sexual contact with two 18-year-olds and sexual intercourse with a 16-year-old in front of three other students. Unfortunately for Lee, one of the students in the group, used his cell phone to film the sexual contact incident between Lee and the students.
The Tucson Police Department reports that Lee has been arrested on four counts of sexual misconduct with a minor and is being held in the Pima County Jail.
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