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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Authorities say a former Arizona school teacher has been indicted on 10 counts alleging sexual misconduct with a minor.
KTVB in Boise, Idaho, (http://is.gd/jMrZFg) reports the woman is now living in the eastern Idaho community of Bancroft.
The station says Marie Donaldson was arrested earlier this week in Caribou County, Idaho, on a fugitive warrant.
Her husband, Curry Donaldson, was the superintendent of the San Simon School District in Arizona before being hired at the North Gem School District in Bancroft.
Marie Donaldson was a teacher at the San Simon School District when she is accused of having contact with a male high school student.
KVOA in Tucson, Arizona, reported on the case initially (http://is.gd/OunI03). That station says Marie Donaldson was arrested Tuesday in Idaho and posted a $25,000 bond.
No listed phone numbers could be found late Friday for the Donaldsons.
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