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Judge issues restraining order against Dell Rapid teacher

DELL RAPIDS (AP) -- A judge has issued a permanent restraining order against a former Dell Rapids teacher accused of inappropriately texting a student.

DELL RAPIDS (AP) - A judge has issued a permanent restraining order against a former Dell Rapids teacher accused of inappropriately texting a student.

The Argus Leader reports the judge on Tuesday ordered the 45-year-old man to stay away from the victim, her home, her job and Dell Rapids High School.

Court documents allege the former teacher sent sexually explicit messages to a female student via Facebook in December. The student had previously obtained a temporary protection order against the former music teacher.

The man has not been charged with a crime. He resigned from his position last month.

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