CMS Teacher Accused Of Sex With Student Found Dead, Along With Husband

Clay Curtis
November 8, 2019

A high school teacher recently charged with having a sexual relationship with a student was found dead Wednesday morning, along with her husband, in an apparent murder-suicide, according to Huntersville police.

The longtime career and technical education teacher at Garinger High School was taken into custody on Halloween after the victim reported her to a school staff member.

Ogle was charged with having sex with a student, crimes against nature with a student and felony indecent liberties with a student.

Police tell FOX 46 Emma Ogle died from a gunshot wound inside the home shortly after. The relative told police that upon arriving they saw Emma barricaded inside the family home with a gun. Police, medics, firefighters and crisis negotiators all were called to the scene. For more than an hour, police attempted to make contact with the person inside the home.

Emma Ogle, the Garinger High School teacher in North Carolina, was found dead on November 6.

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When SWAT officers entered they home, they found Emma and Michael dead on the ground from gunshot wounds. "It's not a very common thing we see here in Huntersville, so when it happens, it's shocking".

She allegedly started a relationship in the spring with a 17-year-old student and over the summer, the relationship became sexual.

The following morning, Emma was released on bail after posting US$10,000 bond. The Charlotte Observer reports that Ogle was suspended with pay from her job the following day.

"Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is aware of a tragic situation involving an employee that occurred off-campus and did not involve any student".

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