ANDERSON, Calif. - A former teacher from Anderson New Tech Highschool, who allegedly had an inappropriate relationship with a student, was formally charged on Friday, Sept. 14, with 18 counts of felony sex crimes.
Daniel Schafer, 35, of Redding, plead not guilty to the crimes in court on Sept. 14.
According to the Shasta County Court documents, the alleged relationship with the 17-year-old student began in June of this year.
There will be a predisposition hearing on Sept. 26 and a preliminary courtroom hearing on Sept. 27. His bail is currently set at $300,000.
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