Central High, Brown Middle School Teacher Charged With Having Sex With 2 Students; Police Say She Enticed Male Juveniles To Her Home On Mitchell Avenue

Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Facebook photo of Rebecca Feher
Facebook photo of Rebecca Feher

Police said a Central High School teacher has confessed to having sex with two male juvenile students.

Spanish teacher Rebecca "Becca" Feher, 24, is charged with two counts of statutory rape by an authority figure.

Police said she enticed them to her home on Mitchell Avenue on the Southside for the encounters. Police said several explicit messages and pictures were exchanged between the teacher and the students.

Ms. Feher also taught Honors Spanish at Brown Middle School. She has a master's degree from the University of Tennessee. Her Facebook page said she was also a food facilitator at Chattanooga Golf and Country Club.

Police said earlier Wednesday the Chattanooga Police Department was made aware of an allegation of sexual misconduct between the teacher and the students.

An investigation was opened by the Chattanooga Police Department to determine the facts surrounding the incident.

An investigator said he got a report at 10:10 a.m. of a sexual assault at a high school. He said he was told that several rumors were circulating the school about a teacher having sexual relations with two male juvenile students.

The report says, "Upon investigating the juvenile victims and the suspect the allegations were proven true by statements of the victims and the defendant's confession."

She was then arrested in connection with the allegations.

Her bonds were set at a total $40,000.

The report only says the juveniles were between 13 and 18. It notes that the teacher was more than four years older than the teens. 

It says, "The defendant was in a place of trust and disciplinary power over the victims by her profession as a teacher and the victims as a student."


Rebecca Feher mugshot
Rebecca Feher mugshot

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