Laura Calladio Ramos an ex Milford, Connecticut special education teacher accused of having sex with teen students is arrested after caught driving with one of her alleged victims despite protection order.
A former Milford, Connecticut special education teacher accused of having sex with teen students has been arrested after being caught driving with one of her alleged victims despite a protection order barring the woman from being near her alleged former victim.
The Connecticut Post reported Laura Calladio Ramos, 32, being pulled over on June 22 in Waterford after a cop spotted her talking on a cellphone while driving. Officers determined that one of Ramos’ alleged victims in her pending sexual assault case was in the car with her.
The incident has since led to prosecutors now seeking to revoke the ex teacher’s bond.
Following charges being laid against her, former special education teacher, Laura Ramos had been free on $50,000 bond.
Ramos, who resigned from her position at Central High School in Bridgeport, was charged with violating a protective order mandating that she have no contact with two students in the case. Investigators believe Ramos may have sexually assaulted other students as well.
Ramos, whose husband recently divorced her and gained custody of their 2-year-old son, is awaiting trial on two counts of second-degree sexual assault.
Laura Calladio Ramos special ed teacher in search of ‘hot sex’.
Authorities allege Ramos sexually assaulted an 18-year-old special education student between December 2016 and April 2017 and a second student on multiple occasions at a restaurant in Shelton, where a student told police they had sex in the eatery’s electrical room after Ramos told him her husband no longer wanted to be intimate with her.
The student told police he later received a text from Ramos saying it was the best sex she ever had.
Following her arrest, Ramos admitted having had sex with the 18-year-old male student victim a ‘handful of times’ from December 2016 until April 2017, usually in her car.
Ramos, who remains free on $50,000 bond, is expected to appear in court Thursday before Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin.
‘Laura Ramos has faithfully attended every court appearance and will continue to do so,’ Ramos’ attorney, Edward Gavin, told the Connecticut Post. ‘We will address the motion [to revoke her bond] at the hearing.’
Not clear is what Ramos was doing with the student at the time of being pulled over and whether she had further sexually preyed on the student. The teacher upon her arrest insisted that her and the male teen were on the way to the beach.