MARTINEZ (BCN) — A 40-year-old teacher suspected of having a sexual relationship with a teen she tutored was arrested over the weekend, Martinez police said Monday.

Jane Shetterly, a high school teacher with the West Contra Costa County Unified School District, was taken into custody Sunday afternoon at a home in the 1500 block of Pine Street in Martinez.

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Police said they were told on Saturday there was an alleged ongoing sexual relationship between a former teen student and Shetterly while she was working as a private tutor.

After an investigation, Shetterly was arrested the next day and booked into the Martinez Jail on suspicion of multiple felony counts of sexual misconduct with a minor. Her bail was set at $250,000.

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The school district’s website lists Shetterly as an art teacher and chair of the Vocational Technology Department at De Anza High School in Richmond.

Anyone with knowledge related to the case is asked to contact Detective Montano at (925) 494-4085, or the Martinez Police Dispatch at (925) 372-3440, and refer to MPD case #21-1135.

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