NEVADA (KTNV) — UPDATE JAN. 16: The arrest report for teacher Breanna Hernandez has been released.
According to the report, the possible relationship between Hernandez and an unidentified student was discovered after another student allowed someone to borrow her phone. The owner of the phone saw several messages exchanges between the victim and teacher including an exchange about the student using friends as an excuse to meet the teacher.
Based on the messages, police officers went to the student's home for an interview.
The student told police that they began hanging out the second week of October after texting since September. The student said they would go to the Silver Bowl to walk the teacher's dog. Hernandez would allegedly pick the student up from his house or down the street from his house, without his parents' knowledge.
The student told police that they kissed and hugged a couple of times. The student also admitted to touching the teacher's butt but said nothing else happened.
The student also described going to the teacher's house. During the 2nd visit to the teacher's house, the student said they watched a TV show. Hernandez laid in his lap and they would occasionally kiss. They also laid on the floor and kissed. The teacher allegedly told the student to avoid the home's cameras when he visited.
The student and teacher allegedly ended their relationship right before being discovered. The student told police that he and the teacher discussed how they knew the relationship needed to end but they didn't want it to.
UPDATE JAN. 15: A judge has set bail at $5,000 for the teacher who is accused of inappropriate behavior with a student. Breanna Hernandez is facing several charges, including kidnapping.
The judge also ordered the teacher not to have any contact with the victim or victim's family. She is also not allowed on Basic High School's campus. Hernandez does not have a criminal record.
Clark County School District police arrested a high school employee on Monday for inappropriate actions involving a minor.
Police arrested 27-year-old teacher Breanna Hernandez on two counts of kidnapping, two counts of lewdness with a minor, and two counts of luring a minor.
The arrest stems from an investigation that was initiated at the Basic Academy of International Studies in November of 2018 after inappropriate messages between the were discovered.
CCSD hired Hernandez in 2015. Her employment status is currently listed as “assigned to home” since November 2018, according to the district.
Following her arrest, Hernandez was booked into the Clark County Detention Center.