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Kimberly Sonanstine biography: 13 things about ex-Wallace Community College teacher from Ozark, Alabama


Kimberly Sewell Sonanstine is a white woman from Alabama, United States. Here are 13 more things about her:

Kimberly Sonanstine (©Dale County Jail)
Kimberly Sonanstine (©Dale County Jail)
  1. She also goes by Kim Rebecca Sewell. (a)
  2. She lives in Ozark, Dale County, Alabama. Aside from Ozark, she has lived in other parts of Alabama including Dothan, Troy and Northport. (a)(b)(c)
  3. She served as the worship leader and the director of Church With U Ozark in Ozark. (d)
  4. She is married to Jason Sonanstine. (e)(f)
  5. She has two children. (e)
  6. She earned her master’s degree from Troy University in Troy. (g)
  7. She taught biology at Wallace Community College in Dothan. (a)(d)(g)
  8. She is Larry Sewell and Karen Mixon Sewell‘s daughter. Karen’s father Terry Eugene Mixon passed away at his home in Cropwell, Pell City, Alabama on March 2, 2017. (f)
  9. She was one of the text and media reviewers of “Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy and Physiology: A Hands-on Approach,” which was published by Pearson in 2020. (h)
  10. On October 5, 2021, special agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s State Bureau of Investigation after executing a search warrant at a residence in Ozark, arrested her without incident and booked her into the Dale County Jail in Ozark without bond. (a)(e)
  11. He was 38 years old when he was arrested on October 5, 2021. She was charged with two counts of traveling to meet a child for unlawful sex act, eight counts of second-degree sodomy and 30 counts of second-degree sexual abuse. (a)(e)
  12. On October 6, 2021, she appeared in court before Dale County Circuit Judge Stanley Garner, who appointed her two attorneys and set her bond at $500,000. (e)
  13. Wallace Community College released a statement saying she “is no longer teaching classes and will remain off campus, pending the outcome of the proceedings.” In an updated statement, the school announced that she had been relieved of her duties. (a)(e)

(This is a developing story. More details are being added.)



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