New York female teacher accused of raping young student flees after ripping off monitoring bracelet (video)

Cara Dickey 
By: Wayne Morin 

(Scroll down for video) A female New York teacher who pleaded guilty to raping a young student, ripped off her monitoring bracelet and fled, the New York Department of Corrections said in a statement.

The New York State teacher who was convicted of raping, is now determined to clear her name after authorities said she had contact last month with another minor.

Cara Dickey allegedly said that it's all a misunderstanding and that she is willing to give herself up as long as certain conditions are met.

Dickey, 34, of Buffalo, wants her outstanding warrants canceled, police to stop saying that she was with a minor child and have two specific police officers arrested.

A woman claiming to be the former teacher of South Buffalo Charter School said that she went on holiday with her girlfriend, who is also a convicted criminal. The six-year-old brother of her girlfriend was with them, she said.

"He was in a bad situation and we wanted him to have a good time, that was the only thing that went on," she said.

She had spoken to a parole officer Tuesday, about another possible incident with a minor. On Wednesday, she was no longer wearing her ankle bracelet and fled from her apartment.

A woman claiming to be Dickey denied that she had inappropriate contact with the minor and it is her relationship with another female offender that has upset officials.

"I've been in a lesbian relationship for almost a year. We have been ordered not to be together and we refused," she said.