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16 May 2018, 09:49 | Regina Holmes
Teacher caught in inappropriate incident with teen in 2016 dies in hail of gunfire
A Pennsylvania schoolteacher who was reported to have had a teenage boy in her vehicle and who was later suspended was shot to death in her mother's driveway on Mother's Day.
A medical examiner confirmed that DelTondodied from several gunshot wounds to her torso. Police had been called in around 10:30 P.M. local time where they found DelTondo; she was found shot after getting out of her vehicle, with neighbors claiming they heard around 10 to 12 gunshots.
The death has stunned neighbors in the quiet neighborhood and police are hunting for clues to the identity of the killer.
RachaelDelTondo, an Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, school teacher, had just returned to her mother's home Sunday night after getting ice cream. The incident allegedly occurred in February 2016, and DelTondo was found with the student in a parked auto at 2:00 a.m. near Aliquippa hospital.
Reports say that the police report remained confidential until October, when the informant sent the email to DelTondo's school. They noted that "the windows were steamed over and the engine was not running".
Inside was DelTondo and the teen. Their wedding was canceled a few months after she was found in the auto with the student, but before her name was made public.
The email included the police report and a note that DelTondo and the teen had a "relationship" over text messages and Snapchat messages. The report concluded that "Deltondo was advised that there was better places to just talk with a former student", and further stated that the responding officer hoped not to find her in the same predicament again. "Nobody, including Ms. Deltondo, the Aliquippa Police Department, the juvenile male or his family, or any other person or agency had informed PA Cyber of this or any other incident", Hayden told Times Online. She was an elementary school teacher but was suspended months before her death. A meeting between the Aliquippa Police, state police, and district attorney is expected on Tuesday (May 15) morning, and a statement is expected at that time.
"We were saddened to learn of the tragic death of Rachel DelTondo, apparently the result of a violent incident in the City of Aliquippa".
The unredacted police report is believed to have contained personally identifying information that is not readily available to the public through open records releases, including parties' social security numbers. We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and coworkers.
A Pennsylvania teacher is gunned down at her family's home - but there's more to the story. Her mom, Lisa DelTondo, bought her a $10,000 wedding dress from Anne Gregory Bridal in Dormont.
DelTondo's fiancé reportedly called off the wedding several months after the 2016 incident. It was handmade by a NY designer and required a non-refundable $4,000 deposit.
Eventually, they took the salon to court and got a local investigative reporter involved to pressure the wedding dress maker into doing the right thing.
Today, family, neighbors and friends are struggling to come to terms with her sudden death.
Another neighbour, Dan Casper, added: "I don't know why that happened".
Last year, DelTondo was featured on a Get Marty report in a dispute over her custom wedding dress.
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