High school teacher fell in love with student, before taking him home for sex

A US teacher has been accused of sexually assaulting one of her male students after the pair exchanged phone numbers and then had sex at her home four times over the space of three weeks.

Tayler Boncal, 22, has been charged with three counts of second degree sexual assault over the incidents which took place between her and an 18-year-old student in New Britain, Connecticut between December 25 and January 11 of this year.

In a Statement given by Boncal to police, which was obtained by the Daily Mail, the teacher expressed that she was in love with the student.

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"She stated that the victim was kind to her. Boncal stated that she loved the victim and was emotional regarding her feelings for him," part of the statement reads.

Boncal joined Conard High School in West Hartford as a student teacher in April 2017 and the relationship between her and the student began after the pair exchanged phone numbers in December.

Talking to police, the student explained that they first had intercourse at Boncal's home around Christmas, he said she then performed oral sex on him.

Three more sexual encounters followed at her home, before another student reported the relationship to the school's principal on January 12 and Boncal was called in to explain.

Both the student and his family said they didn't wish to press charges against the teacher, but she was placed on administrative leave and later questioned by police leading to the charges being laid in court last week.

Although the boy is of legal age, the court deemed it to be sexual assault due to the teacher/student relationship.

Boncal will serve at least nine-months behind bars if convicted, with the maximum sentence being 10-years imprisonment.

Tayler Boncal, 22, is accused of sexually assaulting one of her students.
Tayler Boncal, 22, is accused of sexually assaulting one of her students. Source: New Britain Police Department



Aussie mum-of-two wrestles would-be car thief in her underwear - 'I was pretty scared'

A brave Aussie couple have wrestled and pinned down a would-be car thief in their parking lot in just their underwear. 

The moment mother-of two Sarah Brew runs to their vehicle and hits the man who was sitting in the drivers seat was caught on CCTV. 

Ms Brew can clearly be heard yelling "get out. No. Get out...Give me the key" before honking the horn for help. 

Her partner Joseph Stephen then rushes to the rescue, pulling the man out of the car and wrestles with the would-be thief, cornering him until police arrived. 

Ms Brew told Nine News she "froze for a second" when she saw a shadow in the kitchen. 

"I just gave him a piece of my mind and told him to get the freaking hell out of my car," Ms Brew said.

Mr Stephen said he was "pretty scared" when he fought off the man but would do it all again, next time wearing pants.

Queensland Police said they arrested a 30-year-old man at the scene. 


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Watch: Rainbow police car unveiled for Auckland's Pride Festival

A one-of-a-kind Rainbow police car for Auckland's Pride Festival has been unveiled on TVNZ1's Seven Sharp tonight.

Inspector Tracy Phillips and reporter Lucas de Jong did the honours in Hamilton, unveiling the car with its special rainbow livery, live on air. Sitting in the car was a diversity relationship volunteer.

The Rainbow car has been created to mark New Zealand Police's commitment to diversity and to acknowledge the important relationship between police and New Zealand's Rainbow community.

Police Commissioner Mike Bush says the Rainbow car is a visible representation of the police value of diversity.

"As an organisation we look to encourage staff to 'use who they are' not 'lose who they are' when becoming a police officer."

"Therefore it's important to encourage staff to show pride in the communities they represent," he says.

"We are a diverse organisation and I am proud of the work we've done over recent years to build relationships with the LGBTIQ+ community. 

"I also encourage members of the LGBTIQ+ community to join us as future police recruits as part of our current recruitment drive," Mr Bush said.

Uniformed Police staff will accompany the Rainbow car at the Auckland Pride Parade on Saturday February 17. 

Commissioner Bush will also march in the parade, along with four members of the Police Executive, Deputy Commissioner National Operations, Mike Clement, Deputy Commissioner Resources, Audrey Sonerson, Deputy Chief Executive People, Kaye Ryan and Deputy Chief Executive Public Affairs, Karen Jones

The Rainbow car follows police's Te Reo Pirihimana car, which was designed to support Maori Language Week.

The Rainbow car isn't a permanent addition to the police fleet, as the livery is removable. 

The car will be returned to circulation with standard police livery after the Auckland and Wellington Pride Parades.

The jazzy new car was unveiled on TVNZ's Seven Sharp. Source: Seven Sharp