A court date has been set for a former substitute teacher in Moore County who was arrested for having an unusual relation with an 11-year-old.
Terry Fults, 34, of Twin Cedars Lane, Tullahoma, was arrested Oct. 29 and charged with aggravated sexual battery. She was released Monday on a $100,000 bond.
She is scheduled to appear in Moore County General Sessions Court on Nov. 18.
According to a Moore County Sheriff’s Department report, on Oct. 14 there were allegations made that Fults had allowed the young boy to stay at her home but only when her husband was out of town on business. Allegedly, she had told her children “not to tell” their dad.
The allegations were made that when the boy was at her residence and she wanted to speak with him she would take him to her bedroom and close the door.
There were allegations made that the boy spent the night and that he slept with Fults and the door to the bedroom was closed.
Fults also allegedly allowed the 11-year-old to operate her vehicle while she and her children were in the vehicle.
Moore County School Resource Officer Justin Grogan took the offense report and turned the investigation over to Moore County Sheriff’s Dept. Investigator Mike Rainey. Rainey notified the Department of Children Services about allegations made about the relationship between Fults and the juvenile.
—Tullahoma News Staff Writer Wayne Thomas and Moore County News Editor Robert Holman contributed to this story.