The report involving a 13-year Newcomerstown elementary school teacher has been sent to the Tuscarawas County Grand Jury for review.
A special Guernsey County Prosecutor has also been assigned to the case.
The report claims misconduct on the behalf of teacher Jodi A. Kellish, 37, of Port Washington. Reportedly, Kellish provided cigarettes and alcohol to older students.
She also is accused of participating in a sexual relationship with a Newcomerstown High School student.
The case will be presented to the grand jury but no timeline was given.
In the process, Tuscarawas County Sheriff Detectives interviewed dozens of students and some adults in the investigation.
Earlier, Sheriff's officers executed a search warrant at Kellish's residence and seized two cell phones.
Those phones, as well as other evidence, is being examined at a crime laboratory.
Meanwhile, Daniel G. Padden, Guernsey County prosecutor, will be serving as the special prosecutor after being appointed by Tuscarawas County Common Please Court Judge Elizabeth Lehigh Thomakos.
Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Ryan Styer filed a motion asking that another prosecutor handle this case because of a conflict of interest.
Reportedly, Styer had a close social relationship with Kellish and her husband in the past. This year, Styer's son had Kellish as his teacher.
Kellish was suspended with pay March 1 by the Newcomerstown Exempted Village Board of Education.
She was also ordered to have no contact with any district students other than her own children.