Sarah Lindsay Lewis, ex Utah high school teacher arrested selling crystal meth from car following parole release for time served having sex with teen male student.
A former Utah dance teacher previously convicted of having unlawful sex with a 17-year-old male student has been arrested for allegedly dealing methamphetamine.
Sarah Lindsay Lewis, 28, was taken into custody last Monday by authorities after allegedly selling drugs from her car at a location in Utah County.
Unclear was what led to the former teacher seeking to deal from her car and her present vocation following her release from jail.
The arrest led to Lewis violating the conditions of her parole, resulting in the woman being sent to jail for three days.
The drug dealing incident follows Lewis, a resident of Payson, Utah and former teacher at the Landmark High School in Spanish Fork being found guilty of raping one of her male students.
Following her arrest in January, 2017, Lewis confessed to the sexual violations taking place at her home.
Sarah Lindsay Lewis coaches her victim to deny unlawful liaison.
Up to her arrest, the former teacher had taught social studies and dance at the school since 2014.
The alleged victim told investigators that Lewis gave him vodka and that he filmed them kissing on the couch on his cellphone before they went into a bedroom.
The student reportedly told the teacher he wanted to have sex with her about two weeks before they met at her house, according to charging documents.
Local media outlet, KSL.com reported Lewis also being accused of buying three packs of beer for the alleged victim and another teenager two weeks later.
At the time of her arrest, Lewis was charged with rape, tampering with a witness and two counts of supplying alcohol to a minor.
Of note, investigators said Lewis had coached her teen victim to deny their alleged relationship.
Lewis first met the student when he was in her class in 2015. She taught him again in her class in 2016.
Nebo School District confirmed that the teacher was put on leave after the allegations came to light. Not immediately clear was what led to the teacher abusing her position of authority, trust and power to sexually prey and subjugate her teen male victim.