School clerk pleads not guilty to sending sexual Snapchats
The former Centennial High School clerk indicted on two charges of inappropriate online contact with a male student has been released from custody, but ordered to have no contact with children unless supervised by another adult.
Kecia Weaver, 32, of Vancouver, was indicted Friday, Feb. 23, on two counts of luring a minor.
Weaver turned herself in to law enforcement, said Gresham Police officer Ben Costigan.
She was alleged to have sent sexually explicit photos to a male Centennial High student between September 2014 and June 2015 and from December 2016 and January 2017 "for the purpose of inducing the minor to engage in sexual conduct," court documents said.
Costigan said Weaver sent inappropriate photos of herself to the student using the cell phone photo sharing platform Snapchat.
She was booked, posted bail and was released from the Multnomah County Jail.
She has pleaded not guilty.
The male Centennial High School student who allegedly received the photos transferred to another district, said Carol Fenstermacher, Centennial School District spokeswoman.
Weaver's lawyer did not return a call for comment.
Weaver resigned her position at the high school.
Fenstermacher said another student reported the conduct to the school on Feb. 9.
The district immediately turned the matter over to law enforcement and is cooperating with the investigation.