Selma Teacher Sex Charge Case Moves Forward


By George McDonald

From the West Alabama Newsroom -- New developments in the case of a Selma High School teacher arrested and charged with having inappropriate relationships with students.

Alabama News Network has learned that Perry County District Judge Don McMillan has been assigned to hear the case, however the date for the preliminary hearing has not been set.

Selma High School health teacher Latanglia Williams was arrested at the school last month on several sex charges involving students.

Williams is now on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the criminal case against her.

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