REPORT: Suspended school teacher shot dead at mom’s house on Mother’s Day

BY KAT SHEPHERD / MAY 15, 2018 /

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A suspended Pennsylvania school teacher was gunned down while standing on her mother’s driveway on Mother’s Day, police said.

Rachael DelTondo, 32, was returning from an ice cream shop Sunday night when she was struck by a hail of bullets on the driveway outside her family’s Aliquippa home, KDKA reported. Her death was ruled a homicide.

“I counted six shots that I heard,” Fred Poore, a neighbor, told KDKA about the shooting. Several neighbors said they heard up to 12 gunshots.

The article goes on to state the following:

DelTondo was an elementary school teacher at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, an online public school in Midland, until she was suspended in October 2017, Brian Hayden, the school’s CEO, told Fox News. The school issued the suspension after school officials received an anonymous email about a former police report filed involving DelTondo and an underage boy that was not a student at Pennsylvania Cyber.

Hayden said the school reported the incident to authorities under Pennsylvania law and placed DelTondo on paid suspension.

According to the report, the motive for the deadly shooting is unclear and a police investigation is ongoing.

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