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Pulaski County teacher charged with statutory rape in Pulaski County jail

Hailey Clifton-Carmack
Garden Ridge, Texas, Police Department
Hailey Clifton-Carmack


A teacher from Pulaski County who was charged with statutory rape and other felonies is now listed on the Pulaski County Jail roster.

Hailey Clifton-Carmack, 26, was booked into the Pulaski County jail on Jan. 21, according to online jail records. She was arrested in Texas earlier this month.

Clifton-Carmack, formerly a teacher at Laquey High School, was charged with first-degree child endangerment, second-degree statutory rape, sexual contact with a student and fourth-degree child molestation. A $250,000 bond was set, according to court records.

According to court documents, a Laquey school resource officer contacted the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office about a student who reported a sexual relationship between a teacher and a student.

The witness told law enforcement that they learned about Clifton-Carmack having sex with a student after the victim showed the witness photographs of scratches and the witness heard a phone call between the two, according to the probable cause statement.

The father of the victim was also charged with first-degree child endangerment. A warrant was issued for the man’s arrest and a $50,000 bond was set. ABC 17 News is not naming the father to protect the identity of the victim. A hearing for the father is set for 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 5

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