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Polk teacher faces more sex charges

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Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday. Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday.
Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday. Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday.
Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday. Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday.
Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday. Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in court on Wednesday.
POLK COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

A Polk County teacher accused of having sex with a student now faces additional charges in Hillsborough County.

Central Florida Aerospace Academy English teacher Jennifer Fichter, 29, was charged Wednesday with three counts of unlawful sex with a minor in Hillsborough County. Sometime in the near future, she will be brought to the Hillsborough County Jail to be booked on the charges.

Tuesday, she was charged with seven counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor in Polk County.

Polk County Sheriff's Office investigators say Fichter had sex with a 17-year-old student.

Some of the encounters happened in a truck at a Polk County parking lot, according to investigators. Some of the encounters happened in Hillsborough County, investigators say.

Jennifer Fichter, 29, made her first appearance in a Polk court on Wednesday.

A judge ordered her to not have contact with anyone under the age of 18. She is to have a curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

The judge also set bond at $70,000, that is $10,000 for each of the counts of unlawful sexual activity for a minor. As of Wednesday afternoon, Fichter was not given bond for the charges in Hillsborough County.

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