Former Estacado HS nurse charged for improper relationship with

Former Estacado HS nurse charged for improper relationship with student

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Charges have been filed by the Lubbock County District Attorney's Office against a former Estacado High School nurse for an improper relationship with a student. 

Lubbock ISD requested and accepted the immediate resignation of Danielle Nicole Montoya related to an investigation by the Lubbock ISD Police Department. According to the complaint filed, on March 1 Montoya knowingly engaged in a sexual relationship with a student.

The victim's mother also works at Estacado and told police students were seen in Montoya's office "just chilling". She reportedly spoke with Montoya on several occasions about kids being in her office. 

The Lubbock County DA's Office reported the affair was ongoing since March. 

Police report the victim met her at Butler Park near campus multiple times, where she gave him $40 in cash and performed oral sex on him. The victim reported Montoya gave him about $200 since the start of the affair. 

The victim told investigators he had sex with Montoya once, but had nine or 10 similar encounters with her. 

According to the police report, Montoya allegedly told the victim on several occasions that she owned four guns.

The victim told police he had written a note threatening Montoya to give him the guns or he would expose her alleged sexual relationships with other students.

Police records indicate in the last line of the letter the victim wrote "if you love you and your kids you will do it, this can ruin you and your kids life. Don't be selfish just give."

Police say Montoya kept the note and called the Lubbock ISD Police Department requesting to speak with an officer. Montoya's claims of the threat led investigators to the victim who reported the affair earlier this month. 

 

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