ANGELINA COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - A former Hudson High School teacher has surrendered to authorities after being charged with having an improper relationship with his 17-year-old female student.
A police affidavit states that on March 31 Hudson ISD Police Chief Michael Daniel, received a call from a sergeant of the Angelina County Sheriff's department in reference to suspicious activity.
According to the affidavit, a deputy on patrol had approached a vehicle parked in a wooded area on FM 2497 and noticed a white male standing next to a small black car. The male was later identified as Jesus "Jesse" Gonzalez. Also in the car was a 17-year-old-girl who said she was a student at Hudson High School. The student identified Gonzalez as a friend and teacher that she could talk to, the report stated.
Deputy M. Powell reported both Gonzalez and the girl appeared nervous, especially when he began questioning them about being in the isolated area. Gonzalez advised that he had pulled off the main highway so that he could call a friend on his cell phone.
The deputy called other officials to the area after suspecting that the two were not being truthful on their reasoning for being in this isolated location.
Upon further questioning the report said the student confirmed a relationship with Gonzalez, her debate teacher, stating that they had been involved in several physical acts. Chief Daniel was called out to the location and took the student to meet with her parents and the Hudson High School principal, according to the report.
Gonzalez has since resigned his position with Hudson ISD. He is charged with having an improper relationship between educator and student, which is a 2nd degree felony. He is currently out of jail on a $5,000 bond.