Arundel teacher gets probation for sex with student

February 24, 2010|By Andrea F. Siegel | Baltimore Sun reporter

An Anne Arundel County high school teacher was sentenced Wednesday to three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to a fourth-degree sex offense involving a 17-year-old student.

Kristyn N. Breeds, 29, who was a special education teacher and indoor track coach at Northeast High School in Pasadena, admitted to a sexual relationship that began in the spring of 2009 and ended in December, prosecutors said. The Severna Park woman was removed from the classroom on Jan. 4 and charged 10 days later with three counts of a fourth-degree sex offense.

The plea Wednesday came after Breeds was accused of violating conditions of her release by arranging to meet the youth. Police reported seeing them following each other around in separate cars in early February.

In exchange for her plea, Annapolis District Court Judge Thomas Pryal offered Breeds probation before judgment.

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