A woman who was allegedly engaged in sexual acts with an underage boy when she crashed her car has been arrested.
Kimberly Carnahan was taken into custody after she crashed her car into a tree while allegedly having sex with a minor who also happened to be her co-worker.
News channel KTXL has said she now faces multiple charges for the incident which left authorities "shocked".
The charges include having sexual intercourse with a minor, oral copulation with a minor under the age of 18 and oral copulation with the threat of retaliation.
She is also being charged for sending harmful matter to a minor and for threatening a witness.
The victim's mother allegedly told police her son was involved in a sexual relationship with an adult co-worker, television reports state.
Carnahan reportedly admitted to a sexual relationship initially but has now denied all charges against her.
The exact age of the underage boy has not been disclosed nor has their place of work.
Carnahan has pled not guilty to all charges and is due back in court on July 7, The Sacramento Bee has reported.
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Authorities from the area have confirmed that the investigation is ongoing and detectives say emerging evidence is corroborating with the boy's accounts.
In other news, a Sydney high school teacher has pleaded guilty to engaging in sex acts with her teenage student.
Monica Elizabeth Young reportedly told her victim he “didn’t have the balls" after he refused her dares to hug her in the classroom.
She had started texting the 14-year-old schoolboy when she was 23 and continually told him not to tell anyone, according to facts in the case.
Young began teaching at the Sydney high school in March 2020, just a short time before the state was put into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic and education was forced online.
Alexander Terracini, Crown prosecutor, concluded that this was not spontaneous sexual abuse and said jail was the only appropriate sentence.
The court heard from medical reports that Young had borderline personality disorder features and a breakdown of engagement with another man had negatively impacted her.
Young is due to be sentenced on July 8.
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