A Tulsa district judge has deferred sentencing for a former Kellyville teacher accused of second-degree rape.
Kalyn Darby Thompson, 25, entered a blind guilty plea to the charge, which alleges she had sex with an 18-year-old student, before District Judge James Caputo on Monday.
Caputo deferred sentencing in the case for one year as Thompson serves a one-year prison sentence on another second-degree rape charge to which she pleaded guilty in Creek County earlier this month. Her sentence in the Creek County case also includes a five-year suspended sentence, which she will be allowed to serve in Texas.
The Tulsa County case requires she register as a Level 1 sex offender.
Kellyville High School Principal Danny Wood contacted authorities about Thompson in April after she reportedly told him she and one of her English students had been “texting one another and some of those text messages were of a sexual nature” and that she had kissed the teen, according to a Tulsa police affidavit. Thompson resigned from her job that day.
Wood told investigators that Thompson had been told not to have contact with the student outside of school after he found out the two had dinner together months earlier.
The student told police he and Thompson had sex on two occasions, once at Heyburn Lake in Creek County in late March and once at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center on April 12, the affidavit states.
Thompson remains in custody at the Creek County Jail. Her address at the time she was charged in June was a Glenpool residence but her latest jail booking information lists an address in Rockwall, Texas.
Amanda Bland 918-581-8413