Judge rules former Kansas teacher will face stalking charge
November 13, 2020
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A judge has ruled that a stalking charge will stand against a former fourth-grade teacher in the Olathe School District accused of surreptitiously photographing a 10-year-old student.
A Johnson County judge on Thursday rejected the argument of ex-teacher James Loganbill's attorney that because the girl didn't know she was being photographed, she wouldn't have been fearful of the teacher, the Kansas City Star reported. Defense attorney Carl Cornwell argued for the charge to be thrown out, saying that under Kansas' reckless stalking law, the girl would have had to have...