Former Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Helping Husband ‘Hook Up’ With Teen
A former para-educator at Chinook Middle School in Kennewick has plead not guilty for her role in a shocking case where she is accused of helping 'set up' a relationship between her husband and a teen student.
Kimberlee Farber, who was fired from the Kennewick School District for her actions, is accused of helping her husband Roy David Farmer have a relationship with the teen.
Farber is a prison guard the Two Rivers Correctional Facility in Umatilla, but according to the Tri-City Herald, his employment status is now unknown.
Farber, who apparently knew the girl and her family prior to the incidents, is accused of a variety of charges stemming from the relationship.
Kimberlee Farber is accused of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes. She is accused of using her job at Chinook to communicate with the girl and set up portions of the relationship. It was discovered by the girl's parents January 2nd of this year.