Officers in the Waco suburb of Lacy Lakeview arrested Montana Joan Davis — a business information technology teacher at Mexia High School — at around 7:30 a.m. on Friday at her home in Lacy Lakeview, according to a news release. The Mexia Police Department, Mexia ISD Police Department and Lacy Lakeview Police Department arrested Davis as part of a joint investigation. Court documents detailing Davis' alleged activity leading to the second-degree felony charge were not immediately available on Monday. News station KXXV reported that Mexia Independent School District placed Davis on administrative leave after learning of the allegations on Feb. 9. The Lacy Lakeview Police Department is investigating whether Davis had other alleged victims, according to the news station. "We want our community and parents to know this is serious and we're handling it in that manner and allowing the proper authorities to do their job," Mexia ISD Superintendent Sharon Ross told the news station. Davis is also an assistant basketball and softball coach, according to KXXV. The 24-year-old could spend up to 20 years in prison if convicted.