|Kisha Nuckols (Facebook Photo)|
Fortville Police issued an arrest warrant on Friday for the substitute teacher, 38-year old Kisha Nuckols, on child seduction charges for having sex with as many as six current and former students of the school district. Court documents filed in Hancock County indicate that Bronwyn Kotarski, a high school guidance counselor, first told Mt. Vernon Middle School principal Scott Shipley about the allegations on Saturday, March 12. Shipley waited until March 29 to contact the school district's principal, Derek Shelton. Shelton knew the brother of one of the alleged victims and reached out to him, seeking confirmation of the allegations. The victim showed explicit images Nuckols had shared with him to his brother. Shelton reported what he discovered to Fortville Police that same day. A report was also made to the Department of Child Services that same day.
Nuckols is accused of initiating the relationship with students after reaching out to them on their social media accounts. She had sex with one 17-year old student on multiple occasions at her home and in her car. The school's superintendent, Shane Robbins, is investigating the timeline of events to determine whether disciplinary action should be taken against any school officials for failing to immediately report the allegations to law enforcement and child welfare services as required by state law. Robbins noted the school district went on a two-week spring break starting March 12 and did not return to school until March 28.
This is the third incident in recent months where local school officials have appeared to have violated state law by failing to timely report allegations of child sexual abuse by one of their employees. Park Tudor officials waited a day to report incomplete information it knew about allegations against its former high school boys basketball coach Kyle Cox having an inappropriate relationship with a student. IPS officials waited six days to report allegations against Shana Taylor, a school counselor. The Marion Co. Prosecutor's Office has not filed charges in either of those cases against school officials for violating state law.
But, but homosexual priests have cost billions and billions of dollars.....
"Robbins noted the school district went on a two-week spring break starting March 12 and did not return to school until March 28"
I wonder why the MS principal thought it necessary to go up the proverbial food chain instead of reporting the incident directly. If there was a fear of job loss over reporting such an incident that speaks poorly of school administration.
Dude, I want to be seduced by Kisha Nuckols.
If my kid were seduced by Kisha Nuckols, I'd buy him a steak.
Anon 5:58, I am guessing you think women who are raped also "ask for it". Please, crawl back under your rock
Couple of thoughts...
1. Public officials in Indiana and elsewhere have abdicated morality and replaced it with expediency. I tie it back to Bill Clinton's twisted definition of sex (which was really all about him and not right and wrong) but it probably predates that by a good stretch. That's just when it became clear to me.
2. When you make decisions based on what's best for you and not based on what's best for those you serve (and that's what school officials do when they have sex with students and then the supervisors fail to report) it's pretty much game over.
I'm afraid that there we have elected millions of functional and moral illiterates who wouldn't know the difference between right and wrong if it bit them in the backside. Add to it the millions who do know and simply don't care and you have the makings for a societal breakdown. The very fact that this is basically the same story as Park Tudor and IPS suggests that it isn't isolated, but rather standard operating policy. It's not just schools, either, but most every level of government as well as corporate governance. This can't go on and it won't go on. There's going to be an accounting soon, in this life and not the next. Some people are going to very, very surprised at the way these things have historically been resolved. I have no reason to believe that this time will be any different.
Anyone have updates on the Park Tudor scandal, ever since they lawyered up with the high price firm, haven't heard a peep! Are there any heads going to roll on this one, or will it go away without any fanfare?
The Park Tudor School Director committed suicide. Jail for Fox? Maybe problem solved itself.
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