A Cuero substitute teacher is now out of jail on bond after turning herself in Thursday morning.
Adrienne Rogers, 22, turned herself in to Dewitt County Jail Thursday morning and was bonded out that afternoon. Rogers was indicted on two counts of improper relationship between educator and student. One charge with a student from October 2016 and the other with a student from April 2017. Cuero Police Department is still investigating the case and says as the investigation continues they expect more indictments to be filed. Rogers has a scheduled arraignment Monday morning at Dewitt County Courthouse. We will keep you updated as more information is released.