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A suburban Baltimore substitute teacher has been charged after she allegedly had sexual encounters with a high school student and gave him alcohol.

Alexis Mercedes Boberg, 25, turned herself in to authorities on Monday after a student at North County High School reported her on June 4 for engaging in sexual activities with him and for providing him with alcohol.

Boberg has been charged with two counts of fourth-degree sex offense for having a sexual contact with a person while in a position of authority,

She has also been charged with consuming alcohol on public property.

Fourth-degree sex offense is a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. It also requires registering as a sex offender.

Investigators learned that Boberg and the student exchanged phone numbers in May.

Boberg and the student allegedly had numerous meetings away from school grounds last month.

Police allege that during those encounters, Boberg and the teen engaged in sexual activity. Boberg also provided the teen with alcohol.

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Baltimore police have released body camera video that shows a disturbance that took place last weekend in the Inner Harbor. Police said they made several arrests Saturday after a large group of teens came to the downtown area. Police said officers got reports that the teens were fighting. According to witnesses, the teens also made threats and caused property damage.

Two men are facing charges in Montgomery County for allegedly attacking a man because he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat in Germantown over the weekend.

On Saturday afternoon, police say a Germantown man was out enjoying the warm weather and walking through his neighborhood when he says two men walked up and became outraged by the hat that he was wearing. He says he was shocked when one of the men allegedly hit him from behind.

Nable says the two men began harassing him as soon as they spotted his MAGA hat — shouting that he take it off.

He told them he is entitled to his political views and tried to walk away but says they became violent and repeatedly hit him until he fell to the ground.

Nable says he came to the United States legally from Togo in West Africa in 2007 and is now a U.S. citizen. He says he has supported the Republican Party and President Donald Trump from the beginning, attending campaign events and even volunteering during Trump’s inauguration.

Witnesses called 911 and Montgomery County police say officers canvassing the area found the two suspects at a nearby basketball court attempting to hide among the children playing.

Jovan Crawford, 27, and Roberson, 25, are facing multiple charges each including robbery and second-degree assault.