Former Clay athletic trainer accused of sexual misconduct with s - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Former Clay athletic trainer accused of sexual misconduct with students gets 1 year in prison

OREGON, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A former Clay High School Athletic Trainer who pled no contest to sexual battery charges will serve one year in prison.

Melinda Rober, 35, was accused of sexual misconduct involving at least 2 students.

Rober was sentenced to two 12 month stints in prison, to be served at the same time. The former athletic trainer will also serve 5 years probation and register as a tier 3 sex offender for the rest of her life.

Oregon Police Chief Mike Navarre said Rober admitted to having sex with at least two students under the age of 18 during her 10-year career at the school.

Related:

Follow Toledo News Now:

Mobile users, click on the "video" button in the app to watch this story. Download our app here.

Copyright 2014 Toledo News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Heartland NewsMore>>

  • First Alert: Showers and Thunderstorms bringing cold air

    First Alert: Showers and Thunderstorms bringing cold air

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 6:41 PM EST2018-02-20 23:41:38 GMT
    (Source: KFVS)(Source: KFVS)

    Warm and windy weather will give way to a cold front bringing showers and thunderstorms later this evening.

    Warm and windy weather will give way to a cold front bringing showers and thunderstorms later this evening.

  • breaking

    Sikeston PD search for suspect in shooting

    Sikeston PD search for suspect in shooting

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 6:32 PM EST2018-02-20 23:32:15 GMT
    Thomas D. Knighten (Source: Sikeston Police Department)Thomas D. Knighten (Source: Sikeston Police Department)

    Sikeston Police Department responded to a person bleeding from an unknown injury.

    Sikeston Police Department responded to a person bleeding from an unknown injury.

  • Missouri School Violence Hotline helps bring threats to light

    Missouri School Violence Hotline helps bring threats to light

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 6:16 PM EST2018-02-20 23:16:17 GMT
    (Source: Hank Cavagnaro/KFVS)(Source: Hank Cavagnaro/KFVS)

    Since 2001 the state of Missouri has had a hotline to help report any possible threat. The Missouri School Violence Hotline is a way for both parents and students to let law enforcement know about things going wrong.

    Since 2001 the state of Missouri has had a hotline to help report any possible threat. The Missouri School Violence Hotline is a way for both parents and students to let law enforcement know about things going wrong.

Powered by Frankly