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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — Citing a lack of evidence, prosecutors have dropped all charges against a Southern California teacher accused of having sex with students.
Amy Corinne Bramlett, a program specialist at Indian Springs High School in San Bernardino, was arrested in September on suspicion of unlawful sex with two minors — one a current student, the other a former student.
The Sheriff's Department launched an investigation, but the district attorney's office said the probe failed to turn up enough evidence to warrant charges.
The Sun newspaper reports (http://bit.ly/1DCmSfo ) a Superior Court judge on Monday agreed and tossed all charges against the 46-year-old Bramlett.
Her lawyer, Michael Scafiddi, said last month that the two alleged victims had recanted their accusations.
Information from: The Sun, http://www.sbsun.com
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