UPDATE: Dec. 15 -- In December, prosecutors dropped all charges against Amy Corinne Bramlett, citing insufficient evidence. Alleged victims recanted their accusations against the school employee in November.
An employee at a Southern California high school who was arrested this weekend for allegedly having unlawful sex with minors may have had additional victims, according to police.
Amy Corinne Bramlett, 46, was arrested Sunday and faces several sex-related charges, including oral copulation of a child under age 18 and penetration with a foreign object, the Press Enterprise reports.
Bramlett works as a program specialist at Indian Springs High School in San Bernardino. Her biography has been removed from the school's website, but she is listed elsewhere on the site as a facilitator with the school's Adult Resource Center.
San Bernardino County Sheriff's investigators say they know of two alleged victims in the case, a 17-year-old boy who is a former student at the school, and a 16-year-old, who was not enrolled at the school. They say their investigation is ongoing, and that they'd like to speak with any other potential victims.
Police launched an investigation Sept. 11 after they received a tip that Bramlett had been in an inappropriate relationship with the 17-year-old. The next day, officers learned of the second alleged victim. The alleged abuse occurred between January and June of this year, police said.
Bramlett was booked into the Central Detention Center on $1 million bail. She is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to call Det. Lisa Guerra at (909) 387-3615. Those wishing to remain anonymous may call the We-Tip Hotline at (800) 782-7463 or visit WeTip.com.