QUINTON, Okla. - A Pittsburg County substitute teacher is awaiting a preliminary hearing for having an alleged sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student.
Andrea Antrich, 24, faces five counts of second-degree rape for her apparent involvement with a Quinton High School teen.
Court documents state both Antrich and the student have admitted to the relationship.
The boy and his mother first alerted the school, who contacted authorities, the documents state.
Each of Antrich's five counts carries a one to 15 year prison sentence if convicted. She's expected to appear in court Dec. 28.
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