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North Dakota teacher arrested for sexting, sexual assault

Richard Laqua has been charged with sexually assaulting a student and sending her explicit text messages. School administrators say the girl was not in the teacher’s class and they don’t know how he got the student’s cell phone number.
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Richard Laqua has been charged with sexually assaulting a student and sending her explicit text messages. School administrators say the girl was not in the teacher’s class and they don’t know how he got the student’s cell phone number.

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