Teacher suspended over 'relationship' with boy, 17, is shot dead in driveway

Teacher suspended over 'relationship' with boy, 17, is shot dead in driveway

Rachael DelTondo, a suspended Pennsylvania teacher, was gunned down and killed in her family's driveway late Sunday night on Mother's Day. She was an elementary school teacher but was suspended months before her death.

'I don't know why that happened.

DelTondo, who was 32 at the time of her death, was shot after telling her family that she was out with a friend, according to WPXI.

The suspension came after school officials received an anonymous email containing a February 2016 police report stating DelTondo had been found in a parked auto with a 17-year-old former student.

DelTondo had just returned from getting ice cream on Sunday evening when she was shot dead.

"The windows were steamed over and the engine was not running", police noted in their report.

The coroner ruled her death a homicide, saying she died of multiple gunshot wounds to her chest. Once a victim of a confidential information leak, reports suggest that the state police investigation that followed may have possibly led to her death. When asked, DelTonto said that she was "just talking" to her former student, who was "upset and needed someone to talk to".

No charges were filed against DelTondo over the incident, but the school became aware of the incident after being sent an anonymous email over the story this past October.

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The report stated that officers were on patrol at around 1.50am on February 6, 2016, when they saw a vehicle parked near the old Aliquippa Hospital. Cops later found text messages and Snapchat messages which revealed the pair had a 'relationship'.

After receiving the email, her school announced that she was being suspended and "removed from the classroom pending an investigation". Childline is part of a mandated statewide child protective services program, which transmits information to appropriate investigative agencies.

Rachael DelTondo was supposed to tie the knot in 2017, but only four months later, the wedding was called off. However, the school's CEO found that the teenager was never a registered student at the school.

Though DelTondo was never charged in the incident, she was suspended in November 2017 after Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School Chief Executive Officer Brian Hayden contacted ChildLine, which "is part of a mandated statewide child protective services program created to accept child abuse referrals and general child well-being concerns, and transmit the information quickly to the appropriate investigating agency", according to the organization's website.

"We were saddened this morning to learn of the tragic death of Rachel DelTondo, apparently the result of a violent incident in the City of Aliquippa", he said. However, the check never came in the mail, so the family reached out to their local KDKA-TV reporter, Marty Griffin's segment, "Get Marty". We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and coworkers. Her engagement was subsequently broken off due to the incident, reports KDKA.

DelTondo had been teaching at Pennsylvania Cyber for almost 10 years. I really don't, ' said Dan Casper, a neighbor, who described the 32-year-old as a 'beautiful lady, friendly, knew everybody, talked to everybody'.

DelTondo reportedly put a $4,600 non-refundable deposit down on the custom dress.

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