Another Destrehan High School Teacher Has Been Arrested For Having Sex With A Student

A Destrehan High School geography teacher has been arrested and charged for allegedly having sex with a female student of hers.

Kimberly Naquin, 26 years-old, of Destrehan High was arrested by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office yesterday and booked with carnal knowledge of a juvenile, and a felony charge of prohibited sexual conduct between an educator and a student.

Officials only found out about the sexual affair between Naquin and her student through a family member of the victim.

St. Charles Sheriff Greg Champagne told the media during a press conference that the female student admitted to the relationship, stretching as far back as September 2014 and ending around August 2015.

Apparently, most of the sexual trysts between the teacher and student occurred at Naquin’s home in Kenner, La. However, the student also said that a couple of incidents occurred in a classroom at Destrehan High School and at a home in Destrehan.

Naquin is being suspended without pay by the St. Charles School System.

This is not the first case of teacher-student-sex controversies at Destrehan High School.

Back in 2014, Shelley S. Dufresne, 32 years-old, and Rachel Respess, 24 years-old, were arrested and charged with felony charges of carnal knowledge of a juvenile, contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile and indecent behavior with a juvenile after allegedly having a threesome with an underage male student.

Both Dufresne and Respess were teachers at Destrehan High School when the incident occurred. According to the Kenner Sheriff’s Office, the two teachers met up at Respess’ apartment with the male student after a high school football game on Sept. 12, 2014.

While at Respess’ apartment, the three had sex simultaneously until the early morning hours of Sept. 13. Dufresne is also facing charges for the incident in St. Charles Parish.



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