CRESCO, Iowa – A teacher is facing a felony charge for allegedly having sexual conduct with a student on at least four occasions.
Tiffany Ranweiler-Oblander, 29, is facing a charge of sexual exploitation by a counselor, therapist or school employee. She was employed by the Howard-Winneshiek School District.
The Howard County Sheriff’s Office said they received a cell phone belonging to a student, a USB with recorded interviews and determined that on four occasions on four different days the student and Ranweiler-Oblander were engaged in sexual conduct at the student’s residence.
Upon arrest, Ranweiler-Oblander was taken to the Winneshiek County Jail.
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