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Minn. teacher admits to trying to turn student to prostitution

A special-education teacher in North St. Paul pleaded guilty to prostitution charges involving a developmentally disabled student. Tameshia Leeann Allen-Hodges posted suggestive photos of the student online.
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A special-education teacher in North St. Paul pleaded guilty to prostitution charges involving a developmentally disabled student. Tameshia Leeann Allen-Hodges posted suggestive photos of the student online.

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