A Fairfield high school English teacher was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of having sex with one of her students at her Vallejo home, police said. Felecia Shareese Killings, 27, was arrested by Vallejo police at Rodriguez High School in Fairfield, according to the Solano County jail booking log. She was booked into the jail in Fairfield on charges of having sex with a minor more than three years her junior and oral copulation with a person under 18, according to the booking log. She posted bail $50,000 bail and was released at 2 a.m. today, a jail employee said. Police said Killings’ alleged sexual relationship with the student began in December 2009. Killings has been teaching at the school for five years, said Ron Hawkins, the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District’s assistant superintendent of human resources. District officials learned Tuesday that Killings was possibly engaged in a sexual relationship with a student, and contacted Fairfield police, according to a statement issued by the district. “We want to assure the Fairfield-Suisun community that we take student safety very seriously and will cooperate with the local police, vigorously investigating all alleged accounts of inappropriate behavior on the part of any staff,” the statement read. Killings is scheduled to be arraigned in Solano County Superior Court at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 30. Police said investigators have learned that several other current and former students may have also had a sexual relationship with Killings, and are asking anyone with more information on the case to call Vallejo police Detectives Bottomley or Meredith at (800) 488-9383.
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