Brownfield woman confesses to sexual relations with minors - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


NewsChannel 11 Investigates: Brownfield woman confesses to sexual relations with minors

Courtesy: Terry County Courtesy: Terry County

By Nicole Pesecky - bio | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A South Plains woman was arrested after confessing she had sexual relations with two underage boys. NewsChannel 11's investigator, Nicole Pesecky has been following the story.

36-year-old Kristen Dill, of Brownfield was the president of WSAA, the Wellman Supporter of Academics and Athletics which is comparable to a PTA president of the Wellman-Union School District. Dill turned herself in to Terry County authorities around 2:00 p.m. Monday afternoon after confessing in a written statement to having sexual relations with two underage boys. Both were students at Wellman-Union. Leslie Vann, the Superintendent of Wellman-Union School District says he was shocked to find out Dill was in hot water. We're told none of the confessed sexual encounters were on school grounds.

According to the Texas Rangers investigation report, a 16-year-old was sexually assaulted by a 36- year-old female, identified as Kristen Dill. The report goes on to read, another minor who was 15- years-old reported that Dill touched him inappropriately.

Then investigators sat down with Dill who provided a detailed confession, describing her aggravated sexual assault of the 16-year-old, and indecency by contact with the 15-year-old.

Vann says, "We have visited with all three families involved and provided counseling services." The Terry County Sheriff tells us Dill already bonded out, so we attempted to get her side of the story. We went to her home, but no one answered the door.

As for Dill, she won't be caring out her role as the WSAA president. "She hasn't been back on campus since April 30th and resigned the 15th of May," Vann explains. Kristen Dill turned herself in, was booked and bonded out within an hour. Her bond set at $5,000.

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