Teacher gunned down in her parents' driveway on Mother's Day:

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A Pennsylvania teacher was gunned down on Mother's Day just months after being suspended from her job following a leaked police report stating that officers had found her in a steamed-up parked car with a 17-year-old boy.Rachael DelTondo, 32, was standing on her mother's Buchanan Street driveway, in Aliquippa, Beaver County, on Sunday when she was killed in a hail of gunfire. She died at the scene.'I counted six shots that I heard,' a neighbor, Fred Poore, told CBS News.   The death has stunned neighbors in the quiet neighborhood and police are hunting for clues to the identity of the killer..   School officials and members of the media received an anonymous email in October 2017, containing the 2016 Aliquippa police incident report which implied she inappropriately met with a 17-year-old boy, Times Online reported.The report stated that officers were on patrol at around 1.50am on February 6, 2016, when they saw a car parked near the old Aliquippa Hospital.  Police noted that 'the windows were steamed over and the engine was not running.'Inside was DelTondo and the teen. DelTondo reportedly told officers at the time that she was talking with a 'former student.'However, School CEO Brian Hayden said records show the teen was never a registered student at PA Cyber. Cops later found text messages and Snapchat messages which revealed the pair had a 'relationship.'During the confrontation with officers, DelTondo reportedly told police that she and the teen were 'friends' and that they were 'just talking' because he was 'upset'.She also said 'she didn't want her fiancé to know that she was here parked because he would get mad.'No charges were brought against DelTondo over the incident, and police drove the teen home that evening. The report was not public knowledge until the anonymous email was sent in October last year.The school announced they were suspending her the following month.The leak prompted a state police investigation of the Aliquippa Police - which DelTondo complied with.  Brian Hayden, chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, has today released a statement after learning of DelTondo's death.'We were saddened this morning to learn of the tragic death of Rachel DelTondo, apparently the result of a violent incident in the City of Aliquippa. 'We have no additional information beyond what is being reported by local media. We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and coworkers. Ms. DelTondo was employed by PA Cyber but on a paid suspension.'Earlier last year, DelTondo was in the press over a dispute with a bridal shop over her wedding dress.The teacher was planning a big, elaborate with her Italian-American family, which included a $10,000, custom-made dress from a New York designer, CBS Local reported.But the wedding was called off expectantly - a few months after DelTondo was caught with the teen, but before the report was made public.The family, who had already put down a $4,600 non-refundable deposit, told th
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