Kettering substitute accused of inappropriate relationship with students indicted
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - A Kettering substitute teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with students has been indicted.
According to court records, Madeline Marx, 23, was indicted on Thursday, November 16, on two counts of Sexual Battery involving a teacher. Marx has been given a summons to appear in court on November 30.
Marx was a substitute teacher for the Kettering and Oakwood school districts and was arrested on November 8 at Kettering Fairmont High School. Marx was released from the Montgomery County Jail on her own recognizance and must live with her father while the case is under investigation.
The Montgomery County Prosecutor's office is asking that if there are any other victims, they should contact the Kettering Police Department. Marx' arrest has led to question about social media policies. Kettering teachers are not allowed to use personal social media accounts on the district network.