Former teacher faces charges
HOLLIS A former Hollis High School teacher has been charged with inappropriate sexual contact with a 14-year-old boy, District Attorney John Wampler announced.
Jennifer Lynn Caswell, 28, of Hollis was charged with three counts of second-degree rape, one count of forcible sodomy, and two counts of enticing a child to a secluded place for indecent purposes, Wampler said.
An affidavit prepared by the Hollis Police Department alleges numerous inappropriate sex acts between Caswell and the boy during April and May. Two of the counts are alleged to have occurred in Caswell's classroom at the school.
Eric Yarborough, assistant district attorney for Greer and Harmon counties, said the charges were filed as a result of a detailed investigation conducted by the Hollis Police Department. Hollis police were assisted in the investigation by deputies of the Harmon County Sheriff's Office, investigators with the district attorney's Drug Task Force and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) agents.