Arrest warrant made public as Bridgeport teacher heads to court for sexual assault charges

The judge ordered Peck have no contact with the two alleged victims: a former male student and a former female student at Bridgeport Military Academy.

News 12 Staff

Nov 15, 2021, 10:36 PM

Updated 978 days ago

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A Bridgeport teacher accused of having sexual relationships with students made her first court appearance Monday on charges of second-degree sexual assault.
Samantha Peck's arrest warrants were made public Monday following her brief court hearing.
The judge ordered Peck have no contact with the two alleged victims: a former male student and a former female student at Bridgeport Military Academy.
The newly released court documents show the investigation into the 30-year-old, a science teacher at Bridgeport Military Academy, began last month with a complaint from a former student who was friends with one of the victims.
The warrants also show Peck and the two victims admitted to the sexual relationships when questioned by police.
Victim one, the male student, told investigators he and Peck kissed several times when he attended BMA and that "he had sexual intercourse with Peck at a party hosted by another student."
He also said that "Peck would send him lewd photographic images of herself and would text about having sexual intercourse with him."
Victim two told police she and Peck were sexually intimate three times in Peck's classroom.
She also said that "she and Peck mutually agreed to be 'girlfriends' during the week of graduation and they have sustained a dating sexual relationship to the present day."
Peck is not currently teaching at BMA. She was placed on administrative leave in late October when Bridgeport school officials learned she was under investigation by police.
The superintendent and school principal have not responded to News 12's requests for comment regarding her arrest last week.
Peck is out on a $100,000 bond and will be back in court Dec. 1. Her attorney had no comment following the hearing.


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