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Teacher Charged in Sexual Exploitation of Boy to Return to Court in January

Friday, November 8th, 2019

The case against a school teacher charged with sexual exploitation of a minor won’t be back in court again until early in the new year.

31-year-old Krysta Grimes did not appear in court today. Her lawyer, Ian Patey, asked the judge for more time to review disclosure in the case.

Patey was hired by the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association. The charges stem from when Grimes was working as a substitute teacher and that’s why she is being represented by a lawyer hired by the union.

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