Torres Taken into Custody Wednesday, Makes First Appearence

KSCB News - February 11, 2016 4:52 pm

Claire Louise Torres, former English teacher for the Tyrone Public School district, appeared before District Judge Jon Parsley on Wednesday afternoon at the Texas County Courthouse. Torres attorney asked for a reduction in the bond to $20,000, while the District Attorney asked for the bond to be raised. The judge kept the bond at $100,000, and Torres bonded out by 6:30pm. Torres will next have a preliminary hearing in Texas County District Court. Torres faces charges stemming from an investigation by Texas County Sheriff Investigator Andrea Walters. Allegations show an inappropriate relationship with a male minor. On Jan. 21, a felony arrest warrant was issued on five charges of rape in the second degree and 22 counts of indecent exposure. This case is still under investigation.

 

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