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from www.wbaltv.com – PYLESVILLE, Md. —Authorities have arrested a teacher’s aide at North Harford High School on accusations that she had sex with a 15-year-old student, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

Sheriff’s Office spokesman Edward Hopkins told 11 News that state troopers took Amanda Miller, 35, of Whiteford, into custody at the school on Monday, charging her with sexual abuse of a minor and third- and fourth-degree sex offense charges.

Police said Miller is an inclusion helper at the school, meaning she helps the teacher by providing support to students, preparing instructional material and charting student progress.

On Friday, police said they received a referral of child abuse from the county Child Advocacy Center. They then interviewed the 15-year-old, who told them he had been communicating with Miller outside of school since December and that they had engaged in sexual intercourse. The boy said Miller had taken him home from school on occasion and that she had bought cigarettes for him.

According to charging documents, Miller admitted to police that she had been having a sexual relationship with a male student since December.

The charging documents state that the relationship between the Miller and the student involved sending naked pictures to each other via text message and having sexual relations off campus, mostly in Miller’s car.

Harford County Public Schools confirmed Miller is currently on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

“Right now, detectives believe this is an isolated incident; however, we’ll look into it much deeper to make sure suspect did not have any other inappropriate contact with any other students at the school. That will be something they will look into,” Hopkins said.

Students at the school described Miller as a nice person, saying they can’t understand how something like this would happen.

Miller was released from the Harford County Detention Center after posting $50,000 bond, police said.

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