Cops: Teacher sent ‘inappropriate’ photos to student
BY STEPHANIE LULAY Sun-Times Media firstname.lastname@example.org September 28, 2011 1:02PM
A 32-year-old northwest suburban woman who formerly taught at East Aurora High School turned herself in to police Tuesday after being charged with sending inappropriate photos of herself to a student. Kelly K. Miller of the 2700 block of Oak Drive in West Dundee was released on bond from a misdemeanor charge of sexual exploitation of a child, according to a release from Aurora police.
Updated: November 11, 2011 4:54PM
A West Dundee woman is charged with sexual exploitation of a child for sending inappropriate photos of herself to an East Aurora High School student while she was a science teacher there, police said Wednesday.
Kelly K. Miller, 32, included two inappropriate photos of herself during texts with one of her 15-year-old male students in late May or June, police said.
Aurora police received a tip about the photos on Sept. 19 and immediately began an investigation, Aurora city spokesman Dan Ferrelli said. The misdemeanor charge was filed late Tuesday.
East Aurora School District spokesman Clayton Muhammad said Miller resigned her teaching job last week.
Miller turned herself in to Aurora police and was released Tuesday night after posting $1,000 bond. Her next court date is scheduled for Nov. 18 in Aurora.