Catholic School Teacher Charged With Two Hundred Child Sex Offences

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A female Catholic school teacher in Millerstown, Pennsylvania has been charged with sexual abuse of two female students in more than two hundred offences over a three-year period.

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Teacher Randi Zurenko, 33, was arrested Thursday for sexually abusing the two girls at the Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg during the period from 2013 to 2016.

Randi Zurenko

Randi Zurenko

The Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office said Zurenko abused the first girl in 2013 on a number of occasions.  The girl was underage at all times during the abuse, and has since graduated.

Zurenko started with her second victim in October 2015 and continued until the last encounter last Friday.   The second victim is still a student at the school.

Zurenko gave her victims alcohol, sexually abused them, took nude photographs and nude selfies at various locations, including her own home.  Officials say much of it is categorized as child pornography.

The Daily Mail reported that police interviewed Zurenko on Tuesday, and arrested her Thursday, charging her with 13 counts of institutional sexual assault, 153 of sexual abuse of children, 33 of unlawful contact with minors, 20 of dissemination of obscene material to a minor and 13 counts of corruption of minors.

The teacher has admitted her guilt, and the school placed her on administrative leave.

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