The New York Post reported that a woman who taught English at a Southern California jail allegedly assisted three inmates escape early last week.
Nooshafairian Ravaghi, the alleged women who perhaps needed a little more excitement than teaching inmates the difference between their, there, and they’re, was arrested Thursday afternoon on suspicion of helping the inmates escape.
According to Lt. Jeff Hallock, Ravaghi worked for Rancho Santiago Community College district, teaching English as a second language to inmates for approximately six months.
Ravaghi became linked to escape when one of her students Hossein Nayeri, who was on trial for charges of torture marijuana dispensary owner.
Lt. Hallock explained “There was some type of relationship that developed between the two” that was close, Hallock said, but he didn’t know whether it was a romantic.
Ravaghi denied supplies (other then pens and paper) to the inmates, but investigators suspect she provided Google maps for escape route, according to NY Post.
Since the arrest there has been about 10 arrest in connection to the escape.