An Iredell-Statesville County Public Schools teacher arrested earlier this year on sex crime charges related to a foster child in her care has been re-arrested for violating her pre-trial restrictions.
In August, this site reported that Christina Davis Jolly, age 43, had been charged with five felony counts of statutory rape of a child 15-years-old or younger and two felony counts of statutory sex offense of a child 15-year-old or younger.
Media outlet FOX 46 in Charlotte has reported that Jolly has been re-arrested for violating the bond conditions placed on her:
“As part of her bond restrictions, Jolly was to have no contact with the victim. According to Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell, Jolly violated that restriction by reaching out to the teen in an email.
Jolly was arrested and taken into custody for violation of pre-trial release conditions. She was being held at the Iredell County Detention Center under a $200,000 secured bond.”
Jolly’s original bond was $275,000.
Previously, the district confirmed that Jolly had taught for Iredell-Statesville School District since 2002. She had taught at both Troutman Elementary and Middle Schools.
When arrested, Jolly was teaching at North Iredell Middle School and the district spokesperson indicated that Jolly had been suspended with pay ant that she resigned August 21st.
The district has not returned a request for comment regarding the new arrest or whether or not Jolly was still suspended with pay.