ELECTRA, TX (KAUZ) - A substitute teacher for the Electra Independent School District is charged with three counts of an Improper Relationship Between an Educator and a Student.
Bobbie Shea Streit, 30, is accused of having sex with a 19 year old Electra High School senior.
In the arrest affidavit, Michael Dozier, the Electra Police Chief, said on April 12th the relationship between the student and educator was brought to the high school principal's attention by an Electra school board member, and the allegations were later confirmed by the student and substitute teacher.
During the investigation, the young male told police it all started back in February when Streit was substituting for the agriculture science teacher.
The student reached out to Streit on Facebook about working for her and her husband on their farm.
The two continued communicating on social media and then started text messaging each other and exchanging personal messages and pictures.
Streit told investigators the relationship started out platonic, but things went downhill from there.
The student said sometime after Spring Break, he went to the restroom in the Ag building where Streit was. When she came out, he started kissing her.
He said one thing led to another, and they had sexual intercourse.
Streit confirmed this information to police and added she did not resist and performed sexual acts on the 19 year old.
Investigators said the improper relationship happened on three separate occasions within a two week period, all taking place at Electra High School while she was employed by the school district in late March.
Streit was taken into police custody and released on bond Thursday night.
The Electra Police Chief said he has no comment until there is a deposition in the case.
He did confirm Electra P.D. has completed a separate possible case involving another improper relationship between an educator and student.
He said all of the paper work regarding that investigation has been forwarded to the Wichita County Sheriff's Office, and those documents are expected to be available Friday.