DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – A former Cedar Rapids Washington High School substitute teacher charged with sexual exploitation of a 17-year-old male student has turned herself in after a judge issued an arrest warrant for violation of a no-contact order.
Mary Elizabeth Haglin, who is 24, agreed to stay away from the student, who has since turned 18.
An assistant Linn County attorney says in court documents Haglin called the student and met with him, violating the order. Judge Angie Wilson authorized Haglin’s arrest Thursday afternoon.
KCRG Television says Haglin reported to jail, posted bond and has a Sept. 30 hearing.
Television reality show “Crime Watch Daily” recently broadcast video of Haglin meeting the student at a strip club.
Haglin’s attorney, Katie Frank, did not immediately return messages.
Haglin’s trial is set for November.