Teacher and student affair
According to the New York Times, a teacher ,who ran away with one of her former students, was arrested in Mexico on Saturday.
Kelsey Peterson, 25, is a sixth-grade mathematics teacher, was arrested on the California border in Mexicali, Mexico and the boy was released to nearby relatives.
Peterson was turned over to the FBI and was transported back to the United States.
The boy who is not identified is an eighth-grade student, but was in Peterson's math class in sixth-grade.
School officials said the two fled after an investigation began to determine whether or not they were engaging in a romantic relationship.
The boy was last seen on Oct. 26.
Peterson was charged on Monday with kidnapping, child abuse and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Federal charges could surface as well.
According to CNN, the boy was an illegal immigrant and may be forced to stay in his native country, Mexico to not return to his current residence in Nebraska.
Police conducted an international search for Fernando Rodriguez when Peterson's vehicle was spotted crossing the border.
"They didn't have a very well-defined plan, it was basically to continue driving into Mexico to hide," said Alfredo Arenas, the Baja California state police official who detained Peterson. "This was a mutual agreement to flee after the story came out that they were having sex."
Superintendant Todd Chessmore said he placed Peterson on paid administrative leave on Oct. 25.