Ogden teacher cleared of criminal wrongdoing


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OGDEN -- A police investigation has cleared an Ogden High School teacher, who is living with a former student, of any criminal wrongdoing.

However, the Deseret News reports detectives did uncover evidence of "inappropriate relationships" between the 47-year-old educator and as many as six female students since 2000.

Ogden police say the teacher used his position to become friends with them and seemed to pick girls who would turn 18 during their senior year.

The teacher, whose name was not released, remains on paid administrative leave as school district officials decide whether to take disciplinary action.

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