The death of a suspended Pennsylvania school teacher who was shot to death in her mother's driveway on Mother's Day has been ruled a homicide. She was pronounced dead at the scene. She died at the scene. "I counted six shots that I heard".
The death has stunned neighbors in the quiet neighborhood and police are hunting for clues to the identity of the killer.
Last fall, she was suspended with pay from her teaching job at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School after a confidential police report about her and a former student was leaked. That came after school officials and others received an anonymous email containing a February 2016 Aliquippa police report that stated she had been found in a parked vehicle with a 17-year-old former male student. DelTondo told police that the teen was upset and they were friends who were just talking.
The report, which was reportedly written by an Aliquippa officer, and later confirmed to The Beaver Countian by law enforcement officials as being authentic, described DelTondo as being in a parked auto with steamed windows alongside a 17-year-old student of hers.
Inside was DelTondo and the teen.
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DelTondo was reportedly not charged but did tell police that "she didn't want her fiancé to know that she was here parked because he would get mad". Investigations uncovered a relationship between the two over Snapchat and via text messages.
The report said that at roughly 1:50am on 6 February, 2016, they investigated a vehicle parked near an old hospital in the town of Aliquippa.
However, a year later, a report of the incident was leaked to the press. In fact, the police report wasn't public knowledge until the media and Pennsylvania Cyber officials received an anonymous email in October 2017 that included the 2016 Aliquippa police report, Times Online reported.
No charges were brought, but DelTondo was still suspended by the school.
The leak led to a state investigation of the Aliquippa Police Department, and DelTondo cooperated with that investigation, CBS News reported.
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Brian Hayden, chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, has today released a statement after learning of DelTondo's death. "We express our sympathy to her family and coworkers and will support them in any way possible in the weeks and months ahead as they mourn her passing".
"Nobody, including Ms. Deltondo, the Aliquippa Police Department, the juvenile male or his family, or any other person or agency had informed PA Cyber of this or any other incident".
DelTondo and her family also made headlines in February 2017 after a dustup with the bridal shop assisting in her wedding planning. The wedding was ultimately scrapped, KDKA reported. But four months later, DelTondo and her fiance called off the wedding.
Officials say it will take some time for investigators to collect the forensic evidence from the phones that were taken to Harrisburg.
Eventually, they took the salon to court and got a local investigative reporter involved to pressure the wedding dress maker into doing the right thing.
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