Bond raised for former teacher charged with abusing students

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BRIDGEPORT -

A Connecticut special education teacher who was accused of sexually assaulting two students won't have her bond revoked.

Laura Ramos was pulled over with one of her alleged victims in the car last month.

A judge has raised the woman’s bail from $50,000 to $250,000.

Ramos has since been charged with violating a protective order.

She posted the higher bond and is now out of jail.

It is unknown when she is due back in court.

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