An anonymous email was sent to officials at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School east of the USA city of Pittsburgh last October containing details of a police report from 2016.
Rachael DelTondo, a teacher at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, was shot to death in her mother's driveway on May 13. However, the school's CEO found that the teenager was never a registered student at the school.
The Beaver County Coroner's Office ruled the teacher's death a homicide, according to KDKA, and noted that she died of multiple gunshots. "I really don't... lovely lady, friendly, knew everybody, talked to everybody". When qeustioned by the officer, Deltondo claimed that she was just friends with the student and that they were only talking; police added that she claimed she was only talking with the teen because "he was upset and needed someone to talk to". She was questioned but not charged.
"The reason this report was not filed in February 2016 with the Aliquippa School District, Children and Youth Services and a mandated report to the Department of Education was because it was an attempted cover up", the second email reads.
Flirty texts and Snapchat messages later showed that the pair had a "relationship".
No charges were brought against DelTondo over the incident, and police drove the teen home that evening. We have no additional information beyond what is being reported by local media. By early 2017, they finally received a check in the mail.
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DelTondo was suspended last November from the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School. While her attorney reportedly advised her not to speak in detail regarding the incident, the suspended teacher did tell the media outlet she received death threats following the leak, which she said were reported to Aliquippa authorities.
WPXI reported a slightly different version of the story, saying that Channel 11 found out about DelTondo's name after the mother of the former Aliquippa High School student talked to them about the incident. We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and co-workers. They called off the wedding after the affair. According to the report, her family wanted to go big when DelTondo got engaged.
"Attached you will find a police report outlining a incident where a currrent [sic] PA Cyber school teacher was caught with a former student in a vehicle", read part of the email sent to The Beaver Countian, which they said included records from "county, state, and federal law databases".
DelTondo had been teaching at Pennsylvania Cyber for almost 10 years.
DelTondo reportedly put a $4,600 non-refundable deposit down on the custom dress.
Over the next few days, investigators will sift through the evidence and examine her interpersonal relationships to find a motive and a suspect.