GUILTY!!!!!!!!!!!! UPPER DUBLIN >> An Upper Dublin High School English teacher accused of having inappropriate contact with a student at the high school was arrested Monday, according to Upper Dublin police. Rose M. LiMuli, 39, of the 1500 block of North Line Street, Lansdale, was charged with 12, third-degree felony counts of institutional sexual assault for her alleged sexual relationship with an 18-year-old male student at the high school, according to a criminal complaint. LiMuli has been an English teacher at the high school for more than two years, this being the third, and taught previously at Sandy Run Middle School, the document states. LiMuli was placed on administrative leave by the school district April 19, pending the outcome of an investigation after the alleged relationship was reported to police. In a May 2 letter to parents, following the teacher’s arrest, district Superintendent Deborah Wheeler said LiMuli has been suspended pending the outcome of the criminal proceedings. The events occurred between December 2015 and the time the Upper Dublin police became aware that LiMuli was reportedly having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student, police said. The student, in a statement made April 18, told police that he and other students would hang out in LiMuli’s classroom “because she was cool” and would bring in baked goods, the complaint says. In November, after he turned 18, he and LiMuli began to talk through Snapchat, phone calls and text messages, and in November, she began to pick him up and drive him to the dog park on Camp Hill Road, where she allegedly performed oral sex on him, the document states. The encounters occurred outside of school on “at least 10 occasions” between December and March, it says. In January, LiMuli allegedly went to his home while his mother was working and the two engaged in sexual intercourse, the complaint says. She also allegedly made sexual comments to him in the back of her classroom while class was going on, it says. LiMuli, who warned the student that she could get in trouble if anyone found out about the relationship, bought him gifts, including a dirt bike, sneakers and clothing and gave him more than $1,000 in cash, according to the affidavit. She also gave him access to her credit card number to purchase food, clothing and shoes, it says. The two exchanged 262 phone calls between November 2015 and April 17, 2016, the complaint states. Following an investigation by police and the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, which began after the allegations were reported by the Upper Dublin School District to the police at the end of March, LiMuli was arrested on the charges May 2. She was arraigned before District Judge Patricia Zaffarano and released on $50,000 unsecured bail with conditions including that she have no contact with the victim or other students. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for May 16. Background checks of LiMuli “gave no indication of any previous criminal behavior,” Wheeler’s letter says. “Recognizing the emotional impact” of the news, guidance counselors are available for any students or staff who wish to speak with them, it says.