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Ex-SLHS security guard pleads guilty to having a sexual relationship with a student

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Booking photo of Lizbeth Coronel Gomez

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - The former San Luis High School security guard accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student has pleaded guilty to sexual conduct with a minor.

Court documents show that Lizbeth Coronel Gomez admitted to San Luis Police that she had a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old.

The relationship started in November 2017 on social media and continued through May 2018 becoming sexual, according to court documents.

The presentence report shows at one point the woman and student had sex in the car, while a four-year-old was in the back seat.

The student told San Luis Police officers Gomez took him to hotels in Mexico and Yuma to continue the relationship.

Gomez signed a plea agreement, but it was rejected and now she may face time in prison. Gomez pleaded guilty on December 3.

Another San Luis High School student even claimed he had pictures and videos of the two. That's what ultimately led to her arrest, according to court documents. Gomez admitted to San Luis Police that she sent the pictures and videos to the boy.

Gomez was arrested last September and was immediately fired by the Yuma Union High School District.

News 11 will bring you the details once Gomez is sentenced.

Arizona News / Crime / Top Stories / Yuma County
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Ciara Encinas

Ciara Encinas is an Emmy award-winning multimedia journalist who joined the KYMA in May 2018.

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