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Detectives Arrest Local High School Teacher for Allegedly Having Sex with a Student

Suspect Krystal Jackson Credit: Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Suspect Krystal Jackson Credit: Fresno County Sheriff's Office

Detectives Arrest Local High School Teacher for Allegedly Having Sex with a Student

Fresno County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

On Friday, detectives with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Sex Crimes Unit arrested 39-year-old Krystal Jackson of the Kingsburg area in Tulare County. She has been booked into the Fresno County Jail on four counts of alleged rape, along with single counts of continuous sex abuse of a child, oral copulation with a child, lewd acts with a child, communicating with a child to commit a felony and meeting with a child for lewd purposes. Her bail is set at $215,000.

On Friday, Sex Crimes detectives, with the assistance of the Central California Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, began an investigation into allegations surrounding a teacher named Krystal Jackson of Mountain View (Independent Study) School in Reedley. This school is part of the Kings Canyon Unified School District. Detectives received information of Jackson engaging in continuous sexual abuse of a 14-year-old boy. The investigation revealed that Jackson and the boy met at the Dunlap Leadership Academy. Over the course of an unspecified amount of time, Jackson allegedly had several one on one meetings with the student and sexual misconduct took place.

This remains an ongoing investigation and detectives are working to determine the locations where sexual abuse may have occurred between Jackson and her now-former student.

There is a possibility that there are other victims out there who have not reported Jackson’s alleged illegal activity. If you are aware of such behavior, please contact Detective Jose Leon at (559) 600-8205 or Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-7867, www.valleycrimestoppers.org You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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