Shooting death of suspended school teacher ruled a homicide

Shooting death of suspended school teacher ruled a homicide

A Pennsylvania schoolteacher who was reported to have had a teenage boy in her vehicle and who was later suspended was shot to death in her mother's driveway on Mother's Day. The school suspended DelTondo a month after receiving the tip.

She also said 'she didn't want her fiancé to know that she was here parked because he would get mad'.

Rachael DelTondo, 32, was shot dead standing on her mother's driveway on Sunday. According to the report, DelTondo and the 17-year-old were found in a parked auto near the Aliquippa hospital around 2 a.m. Police officers were patrolling the area at the time when they found them.

According to Times Online, towards the end of previous year, DelTondo was suspended with pay from her teaching job at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School after a police report alleging there had been an incident involving her and a former student came to light.

CBS Pittsburgh reports that after returning home late Sunday night from an ice cream shop, Rachael DelTondo stepped on to the driveway of her mother's Buchanan Street home and into a hail of bullets.

The report, which was reportedly written by an Aliquippa officer, and later confirmed to The Beaver Countian by law enforcement officials as being authentic, described DelTondo as being in a parked auto with steamed windows alongside a 17-year-old student of hers.

One of her neighbours reported that he had heard the incident take place.

The Beaver County Coroner's Office has ruled DelTondo's death a homicide. Police drove the teen home and no charges were filed.

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A police incident report revealed officers discovered the teacher with the boy at approximately 2 a.m.in a parked auto near Aliquippa Hospital, according to The Beaver Countian.

The email included the police report and a note that DelTondo and the teen had a "relationship" over text messages and Snapchat messages. Childline is part of a mandated statewide child protective services program, which transmits information to appropriate investigative agencies. A meeting between the Aliquippa Police, state police, and district attorney is expected on Tuesday (May 15) morning, and a statement is expected at that time.

The school issued the suspension after school officials received an anonymous email about a former police report filed involving DelTondo and an underage boy that was not a student at Pennsylvania Cyber.

But the wedding was called off unexpectedly - a few months after DelTondo was caught with the teen, but before the report was made public.

However, School CEO Brian Hayden said records show the teen was never a registered student at PA Cyber. We have no additional information beyond what is being reported by local media. We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and co-workers.

The teacher was planning a big, elaborate wedding with her Italian-American family, which included a $10,000, custom-made dress from a NY designer, CBS Local reported. I really don't, ' said Dan Casper, a neighbor, who described the 32-year-old as a 'beautiful lady, friendly, knew everybody, talked to everybody'.

When the designer did not appear in court, a judge ruled that he should pay the DelTondos over $4,600.

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