Teacher accused of sex with student 46 years her junior found dead


A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teacher, recently accused of sex with a student, was found dead along with her husband following a SWAT situation at their home in Huntersville Wednesday morning.

Emma Ogle, 63, was a profession and technical training (CTE) instructor at Garinger Excessive College in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Detectives said Emma Ogle's husband, 59-year-old Michael Ogle, did not show up for work Wednesday morning and a relative went to the home to check on him.

Police tell FOX 46 Emma Ogle died from a gunshot wound inside the home shortly after.

The family member said she found Emma holding a gun inside the home and called police. Huntersville Police Department officials say the deaths are still under investigation.

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She was arrested on October 31 and later charged with a intercourse act with a scholar, indecent liberties with a scholar and against the law in opposition to nature.

Ogle, whose bond was set at $10,000, was released from custody on Friday, jail records show.

Ogle was suspended from the school the day after her arrest, Observer news partner WBTV previously reported. You know, it's not a very common thing that we see here in Huntersville.

Ogle supposedly started a relationship with a 17-year-old in the spring and it became physical during the summer. Emma Ogle was vice president, according to the company's incorporation filing with the N.C. Secretary of State.

Lake Norman Constitution Elementary College is situated reverse the road of the deceased couple's residence.