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Police investigating allegations East Texas teacher had improper relationship with student

OVERTON, TX (KLTV) -

Overton police have confirmed they are investigating allegations that an Overton ISD teacher had an improper relationship with a student.

Police Chief Clyde Carter said right now, they do not have any physical evidence there was an improper relationship. Chief Carter said they are "investigating rumors."

Overton ISD Superintendent Alan Umholtz confirmed the teacher resigned today for "personal reasons."

Because charges have not been filed, KLTV 7 will not disclose the name of the teacher at this time.

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