The latest female teacher busted for allegedly traumatizing a teenage male student with sex is Sara Domres.
Domres, 28, faces criminal charges for having sex with a 16-year-old male student in a room at a Motel 6 — on the very same day her husband was having his bachelor party — and, on another occasion, in her car in a Park ‘n Ride lot.
The former English teacher paid $56.54 — cash — for the Motel 6 room, according to Milwaukee ABC affiliate WISN-TV.
Police determined that the teen had connected his mobile phone to the wireless connection at the “bare bones,” “no frills” Motel 6 while Domres was registered.
Domres, who was recently sacked from her job at New Berlin West High School in the suburbs of Milwaukee, also sent her young paramour selfies while she and her husband were enjoying their honeymoon, reports Milwaukee Fox affiliate WITI-TV.
The teen had been a student in one of Domres’s classes during the 2014-2015 school year.
The fling between Domres and her unidentified 16-year-old beau began — as such flings often do these days — with a series of increasingly passionate texts, investigators say.
In a prolific body of digital correspondence that started in April of 2015 and ended in January 2016, the star-crossed pair exchanged at least 1,174 text messages, police say.
Investigators collected a slew of texts from the teacher’s phone. The texts indicate that Domres and the student called each other “baby boo.” A sampling of texts excitedly reads “You’re extremely attractive to me!!!” and “I love you!”
The teen told police that the doomed romance also included a scene in a local restaurant parking lot when Domres’s husband found the teacher and the student together.
School officials caught wind of the illicit affair in January and placed Domres on administrative leave. The same month, Domres was fired, according to WITI-TV.
New Berlin School District superintendent Joe Garza described the charges against Domres as “troubling” and “incomprehensible,” according to Milwaukee ABC affiliate WISN-TV.
“Ensuring our schools are the safe and secure learning environments our families and communities expect is one of our chief goals and top priorities,” Garza also assured in a statement.
Police and school district officials apparently began their investigations at roughly the same time.
Domres, who has held a Wisconsin teaching license since 2011, pleaded not guilty this week to two counts of sexual assault of a student. She faces a maximum of 6 years in prison for each count as well as total fines of up to $20,000.
A judge set her bond at $1,000.