State Revokes Teaching License Of Woman Who Pleaded Guilty To Sexually Abusing Student

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The State of Ohio revoked the teaching license of a woman just days before she will be sentenced in connection with sexually abusing a student.

Sonya Horn pleaded guilty in November to tampering with evidence and entered an Alford Plea to four counts of sexual battery.

Horn, 32, was accused of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old with developmental disabilities while serving as an intervention specialist at Johnstown High School.

The abuse allegedly occurred between June and October of 2011.

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