Wall Teacher Indicted On Sexual Assault Charges

Kalee-Warnick-New-York-Daily-News-via-Twitter-e1376895648101A 24 year old Wall Township English teacher was charged under a three count indictment this afternoon with Aggravated Sexual Assault, Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Second Degree Sexual Assault.  Kalee Warnick is alleged to have conducted a sexual relationship with a 15 year old male student, referred to as J.M in the indictment, between January and July 2013, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.

If convicted, Warnick faces up to 30 years in prison, lifelong parole and Meghan’s Law registration.

Warnick was arrested in July of 2013, shortly after the relationship was exposed. She was released on $50,000 bail.

The alleged victim’s attorney James Magg said his client had been through a terrible ordeal, according to published reports at the time of Warnick’s arrest last year.

Warnick’s attorney , Alton Kenney, said she plead not guilty, “because she is in fact, not guilty.”

Posted: September 5th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Crime, Monmouth County Prosecutor, News, Wall Township | Tags: , , , , , | 5 Comments »

5 Comments on “Wall Teacher Indicted On Sexual Assault Charges”

  1. Jim Granelli said at 6:45 pm on September 5th, 2014:

    Wondered what happened to this case. She is not going to enjoy the Clinton Woman’s Facility if convicted. Or would she go to a Federal Prison?

    Sad that she did not have the foresight to avoid such a problem. But it’s happening too much lately and you have to draw the line.

    Sure, proven innocent until guilty, but even if innocent; she wasted an education because she will never teach again.

  2. Tom Stokes said at 10:57 am on September 6th, 2014:

    Is this the new sex ed in schools? I didn’t see that in any of the curriculum circulars.

    This is what happens when we as a country debase morals and morality and relegate God to the sidelines.

    Actually a very sad and disturbing commentary on our society.

  3. Astraea said at 4:25 pm on September 7th, 2014:

    Perhaps schools need to have stricter standards, as far as one-on-one tutorial assistance. If it’s at a student’s home, there should be another adult present in the house, and perhaps only teachers with at least 5 years experience (so they’re almost 10 years older than H.S. seniors) would be considered.

  4. Ageism said at 3:02 pm on September 8th, 2014:

    Or, we can stop pretending that the number of calendar days since a person’s time of birth is a reasonable or meaningful method of determining legality and come up with a reasonable system of rules and regulations that are based on actual physical and mental development milestones rather than arbitrary date calculations. As examples: not all 2 year-olds can talk, some can, some can’t, it’s normal, doctors will even provide a little chart with a percentage above/below. Some girls start menstruating at 10 or even earlier, other won’t start until 16 or later. Some boys won’t develop facial hair, ever, others of us look like wildebeests at 13. Some adults will develop the mental capacity to be rocket scientists, others will barely develop the mental capacity needed to remove the fries from the boiling oil when the alarm buzzes. Some adults will drink alcohol responsibly, others will be known as drunks, but certainly turning the magical age of “21 years since time of birth” doesn’t cause all humans to somehow become “responsible” according to our social standards.

  5. Joe Centonzi said at 8:38 pm on September 8th, 2014:

    Lemme see if I understand this: a smoking hot high school teacher in her early 20s spends the second half of the school year fulfilling every sexual fantasy of a zit-faced sophomore, who will doubtless brag about this “conquest” until the day he dies.

    The only “ordeal” he has endured is the envy of his fellow students, who obtain their satisfaction from Mrs. Thumb and her four daughters