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Mamie Robson Aplon, 67, of Jasper, a kindergarten teacher at Few Primary School, was arrested after being charged last week in connection with the September 25 incident for "official repression" crime.

Mamie Robson Aplon, 67, of Jasper, a kindergarten teacher at Few Primary School, was arrested after being charged last week in connection with the September 25 incident for "official repression" crime.

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Mamie Robson Aplon, 67, of Jasper, a kindergarten teacher at Few Primary School, was arrested after being charged last week in connection with the September 25 incident for "official repression" crime.

An experienced elementary school teacher has been accused of seriously abusing one of her students by having him eat his own stools in Texas.

Mamie Robson Aplon, 67, kindergarten teacher at Few Primary School in Jasper, was arrested after being charged last week for a & # 39; official repression & # 39 ;.

Prosecutors say that Aplon the child – the age of which is unknown – was subjected to considerable abuse on 25 September, causing him to "eat his own stools".

In a statement, Dr. Steve Hyden from the Jasper independent school district said the allegations were reported on the same day as the alleged incident and that Aplon was immediately abandoned.

"The district has fully cooperated in the investigation of this issue and will continue to do so," Hyden continued 12 news.

Prosecutors say that Aplon has subjected the child - whose age is unknown - to considerable abuse, so that he "eats his own stools"
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Prosecutors say that Aplon has subjected the child - whose age is unknown - to considerable abuse, so that he "eats his own stools"

Prosecutors say that Aplon has subjected the child – whose age is unknown – to considerable abuse, so that he "eats his own stools"

In a statement, Jasper Independent School District stated Dr. Superintendent. Steve Hyden that the allegations were reported on the same day as the alleged incident and Aplon was placed on immediate leave (some primary school pictured)

In a statement, Jasper Independent School District stated Dr. Superintendent. Steve Hyden that the allegations were reported on the same day as the alleged incident and Aplon was placed on immediate leave (some primary school pictured)

In a statement, Jasper Independent School District stated Dr. Superintendent. Steve Hyden that the allegations were reported on the same day as the alleged incident and Aplon was placed on immediate leave (some primary school pictured)

& # 39; Because this is a sensitive student and staff matter, the district cannot provide further details about the incident. However, the issue of the safety and well-being of Jasper students is paramount. & # 39;

Aplon was sued on 31 October by a large jury from Jasper County.

The indictment says that Aplon deliberately subjected the victim, identified as "E.J.", to mistreatment that she knew was unlawful, namely causing E.J. to eat its own stools, & # 39; while they & # 39; acted in the color of her job as an educator & # 39 ;.

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Aplon, the daughter of former Jasper Mayor R.C Horn, was prosecuted Friday by County Judge Mark Allen and her band was set at $ 10,000.

She is still listed as a teacher on the Few Primary School website.

Aplon was sued on 31 October by a large jury from Jasper County. According to the indictment, Aplon deliberately subjected the victim, identified as & # 39; E.J. & # 39;, to assault, which she knew was unlawful, namely, causing E.J. to eat its own stools, & # 39; while they & # 39; acted in the color of her job as an educator & # 39 ;.

Aplon was sued on 31 October by a large jury from Jasper County. According to the indictment, Aplon deliberately subjected the victim, identified as & # 39; E.J. & # 39;, to assault, which she knew was unlawful, namely, causing E.J. to eat its own stools, & # 39; while they & # 39; acted in the color of her job as an educator & # 39 ;.

Aplon was sued on 31 October by a large jury from Jasper County. According to the indictment, Aplon deliberately subjected the victim, identified as & # 39; E.J. & # 39;, to assault, which she knew was unlawful, namely, causing E.J. to eat its own stools, & # 39; while they & # 39; acted in the color of her job as an educator & # 39 ;.

On social media, friends and colleagues from Aplon jumped to the defense of the experienced teacher and portrayed her as a compassionate teacher who & # 39; loves all her students & # 39 ;.

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"I had the pleasure of having a two-year break with this lady and she certainly taught me a lot about teaching," co-educator Nancy Pace wrote on Facebook in honor of Aplon.

"She always loved her children so much! In fact, in the summer following my first year of class, she enlisted my help for her project to feed students that summer. Children called her and said they were hungry and fed them. & # 39;

Pace maintains that the woman she described is the "real Mrs. Aplon" who will give "everything she has to someone in need."

"Her love for children is always there, not just within the school walls," she said before adding that she was "proud" of calling her a friend.

On social media, friends and colleagues from Aplon jumped to the defense of the veterans to paint her as a compassionate teacher who & # 39; loves all her students & # 39;

On social media, friends and colleagues from Aplon jumped to the defense of the veterans to paint her as a compassionate teacher who & # 39; loves all her students & # 39;

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On social media, friends and colleagues from Aplon jumped to the defense of experienced teachers to paint her as a compassionate teacher who & # 39; loves all her students & # 39;

The post triggered a stream of similar tributes, all of which honored Aplon as a friendly woman who regularly went above and beyond for her students.

Neither Pace nor Aplon responded to a DailyMail.com request for comment.

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The Jasper County Sheriff office told DailyMail.com that Aplon has placed bail and is no longer in custody.

If found guilty, Aplon is faced with a maximum of one year in prison and a $ 4,000 fine. It is not clear when she will appear in court next time.

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