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Former Killeen Teacher Accused of Having Improper Relationship With Student

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(KCEN) -- A Killeen High School teacher is fired after being accused of having an improper relationship with a 16-year-old student. And now an arrest affidavit reveals details about their inappropriate relationship.

55-year-old Samuel Antonio Caines, Jr. is accused of having sexual intercourse with a student at Killeen High School. 

The 16-year-old victim's mother contacted police in February after finding inappropriate text messages on her daughter's cell phone...

And now an arrest affidavit reveals that the victim provided several statements about the relationship.

She says she met Caines here at Killeen High School back in September and had sexual intercourse with him numerous times inside of his classroom.

A search warrant revealed photos of two people having sex on both the victim and Caines' cell phones.

But when we went to Caines' home to hear his side of the story, a "No Visitors" sign was on the front door.



 UPDATE: An affidavit for arrest reveals that the victim provided oral and written statements during the investigation.

The 16-year-old student says she met Caines at Killeen High School in September and had sexual intercourse with him numerous times and in his classroom.

A search warrant found pictures of two individuals having sexual intercourse on both the victim and Caines' cell phones.
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(KCEN) -- A former Killeen High School teacher was arrested after having an improper relationship with a student. Officers were notified of a teacher who was having a sexual relationship with a student who was attending Killeen High School between September 2013 and June 2014. 

After an investigation, they found that the teacher was having a continuous sexual relationship with a 16-year-old female student for nine months. 

When KISD administrators learned of the findings from the investigation, they placed the teacher on administrative leave on February 14.

On Wednesday, the case was reviewed and officers arrested 55-year-old Samuel Antonio Caines Jr.

He was transported to the Killeen City Jail where he was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke on Thursday. His bond was set at $100,000, but Caines was later released after posting bond. 

Additional charges are pending after further review by the Bell County District Attorney’s Office.

Caines is no longer employed with the Killeen Independent School District.


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