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Teacher Christina Sosbe arrested for sex encounters with teen boys

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Teacher Christina Sosbe arrested for sex encounters with teen boys

Christina Sosbe, a former teacher in Salem, Ohio, has been arrested and charged with having sex with her students, WKBN 27 reports.

Law enforcement caught up with Christina Sosbe, 29, in Lincoln County, North Carolina, after the teacher now accused of sex abuse moved from Ohio to the Southern state.

Ultimately, Christina Sosbe turned herself in to authorities in Lincoln County after the teacher was indicted for sexually molesting students.

The disgraced teacher is looking at felony charges.

Christina Sosbe turned herself in after being indicted with three counts of sexual battery.

Former Youngstown-area teacher faces felony charges, accused of having sex with 2 students

Christina Sosbe was saddled with a $25,000 bond after the teacher turned herself in for allegedly sexually abusing students, the Tribune Chronicle reports.

The accusations center around an alleged sex romp that occured at a hotel in Trumbull County, Ohio.

The charging documents allege that Christina Sosbe egregiously violated her position as a teacher when she sexually assaulted at least two 16-year-old students at the hotel.

The alleged incident took place in 2018.

She pleaded not guilty to the charges before Judge Peter J. Kontos, who set a pretrial hearing for June 7.

Ex-teacher accused of sex with students

A North Carolina judge let Christina Sosbe go free after the allegedly sexually abusive teacher posted bond.

Sosbe enrolled in Lincoln County’s pretrial release program.

This allows defendants out on bail as they await trial and subjects them to random drug tests.

If found guilty of sexually abusing young people when she was their teacher, Christina Sosbe could be put away for a maximum of 54 months, WFMJ reports.

A 29-year-old former teacher from the Valley was arrested in North Carolina after being secretly indicted for allegedly taking two of her teenage students to Trumbull County hotels to have sex.

Investigators say teacher took students to Warren hotel

Christina Sosbe was a teacher at Choffin Career and Technical Center in Youngstown when she allegedly sexually abused the teenage boys.

The school did not directly employ Christina Sosbe. Rather, the allegedly sexually abusive teacher worked for an organization called Pace headquartered in Choffin, Ohio.

Her teaching license was permanently revoked last year.

WYTV reports that Sosbe’s next court date is slated for sometime in June.

Sosbe lived in Salem but has moved to North Carolina.

Former Youngstown-area teacher faces felony charges, accused of having sex with 2 students

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More than 80 fire rescue units are responding to a partial building collapse this morning just north of Miami Beach and rescues are underway, officials said.

It was a high-rise condominium building and rescues of trapped residents were underway, reports CBS Miami.

A boy was pulled from the rubble of the collapsed condo building and was placed onto a stretcher, NBC 2 News reports.

According to CBS Miami, a man who was evacuated from a nearby hotel said, “The building – one of these huge buildings – gone! … The building – it’s gone. … The whole building’s gone. … Oh my gosh. This is the most insane thing I’ve ever seen in my life.”

It’s unclear if there are any injuries. Miami Beach police and fire departments are responding to the building in Surfside. 

Multiple police and fire departments from across Miami-Dade County are also assisting.

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Man sentenced to a year in prison for buying endangered animal parts

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Man sentenced to a year in prison for buying endangered animal parts

A Florida man was sentenced to prison last week for buying parts of dead endangered animals.

Steven Phillip Griffin II, 36, was sentenced to a year and day in a federal lockup after pleading guilty in November to receiving and transporting endangered species in violation of the Endangered Species Act.

Griffin was busted after he met undercover wildlife agents in Texas in May 2019 to buy two Southern White rhino horns, four elephant ivory tusks, one African lion skull and three leopard skulls for $9,750, investigators said.

In the two years leading up to the meeting, Griffin communicated with an undercover agent to negotiate the deal, according to the plea agreement.

He told the agent he collects dead animal parts, including skulls and full skeletons and even sent pictures of his collection.

After the meeting, authorities operating with a search warrant seized a variety of animal parts, guns and ammunition from Griffin’s Tampa Bay home.

He also pleaded guilty to possessing firearms and ammunition as a convicted felon.

With Post wires

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Man arrested for taking $1.2M yacht on joyride in upstate NY

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A man was arrested after he stole a $1.2 million yacht and took it for a joy ride from upstate New York to Vermont over one of the Great Lakes, reports said.

And when 56-year-old Robert Morris was busted by police he made the outrageous claim he was only giving it a test drive, according to local reports.

The would-be captain took the 48-foot yacht christened “Volans” from New York’s Rouses Point Marina on Monday morning and was caught after crossing Lake Champlain to a state park off the coast of St. Albans, Vt., WCAX reported.

The boat, a Jeanneau Prestige 500, was located by a US Border Patrol helicopter, NBC 5 reported. Morris was nabbed on Burton Island by the St. Albans Police Department and slapped with multiple charges, including possession of stolen property, the station said.

At a court hearing the day after his arrest, Smith was talkative and said he “was water testing the boat after making mechanical fixes,” WCAX said.

Morris was a wanted fugitive in New Hampshire and had a list of prior arrests, according to WCAX. He had also told cops he was given permission to take the boat and said he was caught bringing the yacht back to its owner, which the owner denies, WCAX said.

The accused, who made an “inappropriate gesture” to the webcam as he left the meeting, will undergo a competency exam, the station reported.

Morris is to be extradited to New York to face additional charges, the report said.

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