Teacher 'Suspended For Relationship With Teen' Shot Dead Outside Mum's House

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Rachael DelTondo, a young teacher from the Pittsburgh area, was shot dead in her parent's driveway after returning from an ice cream shop late on Mother's Day.

Reports say that the police report remained confidential until October, when the informant sent the email to DelTondo's school.

Hayden said the school reported the incident to authorities under Pennsylvania law and placed DelTondo on paid suspension. Others counted between 10 and 12 shots fired.

DelTondo's fiancé reportedly called off the wedding several months after the 2016 incident.

WPXI reported a slightly different version of the story, saying that Channel 11 found out about DelTondo's name after the mother of the former Aliquippa High School student talked to them about the incident.

When the designer did not appear in court, a judge ruled that he should pay the DelTondos over $4,600.

'We have no additional information beyond what is being reported by local media.

Griffin contacted the designer, who cited family emergencies as the reason behind the delay, and the DelTondo family received their money.

Six months before her death, the school where DelTondo taught suspended her after police reportedly discovered her in a vehicle with steamed-up windows in the wee hours of the morning - with a 17-year-old boy.

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DelTondo died of multiple gunshot wounds to the back.

Friends and neighbors said DelTondo was friendly with everyone.

Lozier would not talk about possible suspects or a person of interest.

Neither the Aliquippa Police nor the Beaver County District Attorney's Office would comment on the status of the investigation into DelTondo's homicide. While her attorney reportedly advised her not to speak in detail regarding the incident, the suspended teacher did tell the media outlet she received death threats following the leak, which she said were reported to Aliquippa authorities.

A police incident report revealed officers discovered the teacher with the boy at approximately 2 a.m.in a parked auto near Aliquippa Hospital, according to The Beaver Countian. When asked, DelTonto said that she was "just talking" to her former student, who was "upset and needed someone to talk to".

Officials at the school received an anonymous tip-off via email in October 2017 that claimed that she had been involved in an incident in which police found her in a parked vehicle with a student who was 17 at the time, reports the Daily Mail.

Though DelTondo was never charged in the incident, she was suspended in November 2017 after Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School Chief Executive Officer Brian Hayden contacted ChildLine, which "is part of a mandated statewide child protective services program created to accept child abuse referrals and general child well-being concerns, and transmit the information quickly to the appropriate investigating agency", according to the organization's website.

It is being speculated that something the student revealed to DelTonto may have led to her death. Childline is part of a mandated statewide child protective services program, which transmits information to appropriate investigative agencies.

The death has stunned neighbors in the quiet neighborhood and police are hunting for clues to the identity of the killer.

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