GARLAND - A 41-year-old Garland teacher has been arrested for the second time relating to a sexual relationship with a student, police reported Thursday.
Last week, Yolanda Horace-Crockett was first arrested By Garland police for allegedly having an improper relationship with a student under the age of 17.
After her arrest, Garland police said they discovered another improper relationship between Horace-Crockett and another North Garland male student.
Horace-Crockett has now twice been charged with an improper relationship between educator and student. If convicted, the second degree felony carries a punishment of two to 20 years and a fine of up to $10,000.
The teacher is being held at the Garland Jail under a $25,000 bond set on the second case.
According to the school's Web site, she has worked at North Garland High since 2001 and is certified to teach health, sociology and language arts.