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Muleshoe teacher indicted on sexual contact with student

Morgan Shea Marricle Morgan Shea Marricle

A former Muleshoe High School teacher has been indicted after she was accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old student. 

A Bailey County Grand Jury has indicted 25-year-old Morgan Shea Marricle. The high school english teacher is charged with having an improper relationship between an educator and student.

If convicted of the second-degree felony, she could receive from two to 20 years in prison.

She has since resigned from her teaching position but says she is not guilty of wrongdoing.

She currently remains free on bond.

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