Authorities expect a former Eunice High teacher to turn herself in Thursday on misdemeanor charges related to alleged prohibited conduct with a student.
Jacqueline Fruge, 38, resigned her English teacher’s job after the allegations surfaced earlier this month.
She allegedly “sexted” messages and images to at least two male students via her cell phone.
Fruge, knowledgeable sources say, has admitted to police that she sent nude photos of herself to one male student and semi-nude images of herself in lingerie to another.
She is expected to be charged with prohibited sexual conduct between an educator and student.
Judge Lynette Feucht in reviewing the arrest warrant request established that Fruge will have an expected bond of $2,500 dollars, sources said.
Fruge is expected to turn herself in today at the Eunice Police Department as the warrant for her arrest was received on Wednesday.
The department’s involvement in the case began when it became aware of the allegations though an official complaint had not been received.
From that point, investigators contacted school and school system officials, as well as the students allegedly involved.