Sorry, I know it isn’t Rape Month, but my daughter wants to know:
Say you’ve got two high school teachers, both 39-year old women. Sure, they can be from different high schools, if you want. Back last November, each of them began in a sexual relationship with one of her senior students (both of whom were seventeen-year old young men at the time).
So it’s a fine July morning, about two weeks post-graduation. Both teachers are enjoying a little kissy-kissy time in their cars (parked on side streets) with their respective paramours. Unfortunately for both teachers, the streets they have chosen to park on are in neighborhoods known to the local police as areas where motels rent their rooms by the hour. Accordingly, the police tend to be hyper-aware of steamy windows in cars in those neighborhoods.
Both teachers get their windows tapped on; when the police officers note that the participants in the cars appear to be of highly divergent ages, they ask to see some ID. All four of them produce those IDs.
Young man A’s ID shows that he’s three days away from his eighteenth birthday (he will be eighteen in three days, that is; not that his birthday was three days ago). Young man B’s ID shows that he turned eighteen yesterday.
Teacher A and young man A are cited for performing lewd acts in a public place; in addition, Teacher A is arrested for improper sexual contact with a minor. Investigations ensue, and the length and depth (you should pardon the expressions) of her relationship with young man A, and she is booked into the local jail on a charge of misdemeanor child abuse.
Teacher B and young man B are also cited for performing lewd acts in public.
Does an investigation ensue, and is it likely that Teacher B will be charged with offenses similar to those Teacher A is facing?