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Crestline teacher arraigned on sex charges

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  Original Published: 1/31/2014A Crestline teacher charged with two felony counts of sexual battery and unlawful sexual contact with a student pleads not guilty to the sex charges. Twenty-four-year-old, Brittany Hall's attorney James Mayer entered the pleas at her arraignment Thursday in Crawford County Common Pleas Court. Authorities say the alleged victim is was a 15-year-old Crestline High School student when the incidents occurred between March 1 and May 31, 2012. The judge issued a personal recognizance bond and ordered Hall to have no contact with the alleged victim. was hired in 2011 as an English teacher. She also worked as a girls basketball coach and was a baseball volunteer. Hall was placed on administrative leave May 30, 2013 after the Crestline Police Department opened an investigation. Hall could lose her teaching licenses if she's convicted of the charges.
   
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