A California English teacher has been arrested in connection with the escape of three dangerous fugitives.
Nooshafarin Ravaghi, 44, taught English-as-a-second-language classes at the Men’s Central Jail in Santa Ana. While working at the prison, police say she grew so fond of one inmate, she may have helped the trio escape, The Los Angeles Times reports.
Ravaghi, who was arrested Thursday afternoon, denies giving the inmates any tools to break out, but authorities say she let one use Google Maps to hatch a plan.
Fugitives Jonathan Tieu, 20; Bac Duong, 43; and Hossein Nayeri, 37, are still on the run. The men have a long list of various charges, including Tieu and Duong’sattempted murder charges. Nayeri’s charges include kidnapping and torture after he allegedly cut a man’s penis off to extort money.