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Norwalk teacher's sexual misconduct case to go to Sandusky County

Jessica Cuffman • Apr 20, 2012 at 10:39 AM

Sandusky County prosecutors will decide how to handle a case against a Norwalk teacher accused of sexual conduct with one of her students.

“It appears from the initial investigation that any illegal sexual conduct may have occurred in Sandusky County,” Capt. Paul Sigsworth said Thursday.

Erie County Sheriff’s Detective Jared Oliver reviewed dozens of text messages sent between Alexa Nasonti, 25, and the 17-year-old student over a week’s period of time.

The content from those messages suggest sexual conduct between the two on March 31 at a private residence, Sigsworth said.

Oliver interviewed the parties involved or their representatives this week.

Then he met with Erie County prosecutors who determined Sandusky County would have ultimate jurisdiction in the case.

Nasonti and the student were first discovered at about 9 p.m. April 2 when Castalia police found them alone together in Lion’s Park in the village.

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