Santa Rosa woman, 24, with outstanding warrant arrested at Progreso International Bridge
Update: The Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office confirmed Friday that Aracely Sauceda, 24, has been released from jail on a $10,000 bond.
Original Story: Officers arrested a 24-year-old Santa Rosa woman with an outstanding warrant for improper relationship between educator and student Wednesday at the Progreso International Bridge, according to a news release from U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Officers say the former teacher at Caldwell High School, 24-year-old Aracely Sauceda of Santa Rosa, had an outstanding felony warrant from the Burelson County Sheriff's Office. Burelson County is about 90 miles northeast of Austin.
Officers apprehended Sauceda as she was returning from Mexico due to a possible match to an outstanding warrant, according to the news release.
During a secondary inspection and with the use of a national law enforcement database, Sauceda was identified as having a warrant out for improper relationship between educator and student from Burelson County, according to the news release.
Sauceda was transported to the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office.
Court records don't list an attorney for Sauceda, who remains in custody and couldn't be reached for comment.