Former Kaysville teacher denied parole for sex with student

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Stephen Niedzwiecki speaks at a parole board hearing at the Utah State Prison on April 14, 2015.

DRAPER, Utah — A former Kaysville teacher convicted of having sex with a student has been denied parole.

The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole ruled that Stephen Niedzwiecki will have another hearing where he can ask to be released in April of 2024.

Niedzwiecki was convicted of having a sexual relationship with a student beginning when she was 15 and a student of his at Kaysville’s Jefferson Academy. At his parole hearing last week, Niedzwiecki asked to be released from prison but his victim said she feared he would abused others.

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