Former Texas ROTC teacher accepts 15 years for improper relationship with 14-year-old student

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Published 9:00 am, Thursday, May 25, 2017

An El Paso-area former ROTC teacher pleaded guilty to charges related to an improper relationship with a 14-year-old girl before his jury trial selection began, according to reports.

Herbert Nelson Lloyd, 58, of Livingston, accepted 15 years in prison for second-degree felony improper relationship between an educator and student and second-degree felony indecency with a child, according to KTRE-TV. Story continues below.


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After Lloyd is released from prison following serving his sentence, he’ll have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.

According to reports when Lloyd was first arrested in July of 2016, the allegations on the former teacher date back to January and incidents with the student took place on multiple Livingston ISD campuses. 

During an interview with the 14-year-old, police discovered that the pair were in a relationship and Lloyd had kissed her several times in the past as well as touching her breasts with an open hand, Telemundo Amarillo reports.

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Police also discovered text messages exchanged between the two. KTRE describes them as “pornographic in nature.” During a second interview with the 14-year-old, police discovered that the pair had sexual intercourse at one point.

Improper relationships between students and teachers are increasing in the state of Texas, including the Greater Houston area. Click through the gallery above to see the Houston-area teachers accused of improper relationships with students this past year.

ACROSS TEXAS: Teachers in 2 North Texas districts arrested for improper relationships  with students


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