OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) - A former Lafayette County teacher under investigation for alleged inappropriate conduct with a student will not have a probable cause hearing this month.
Molly Wray is under investigation by the Lafayette County Sheriff's Department after officers received a complaint from the Lafayette County School District about a teacher allegedly having improper conduct with a student.
The sheriff's department confirms this hearing issue is due to timing conflicts with circuit court judges.
The probable cause hearing is expected to happen in July.
Wray has since resigned from her position.
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