Former Morro Bay teacher required to take an AIDS test

Tyler Andree

Former Morro Bay High School teacher Tyler Andree is required to take an AIDS and HIV test with a copy of the results going to the underage student he had sex with, according to the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney Office’s complaint.

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that his office filed one felony count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, two felony counts of contacting a minor for the purpose of engaging in a sexual offense and two misdemeanor counts of annoying or molesting a child. Andree pled not guilty at court today.

From Dec. 31, 2018 through Oct. 15, 2020, Andree, 24, allegedly committed multiple sex offenses against two underage students. He is accused of sexting one student and having sex with another.

In Dec. 2018, Andree allegedly had sex with a then 16-year-old student. The student is now over 18 years of age.

“Our office will always use every legal resource to aggressively prosecute crimes committed against vulnerable victims such as these minors,” said District Attorney Dan Dow. “If anyone in the public has information that would be helpful in this case, or is aware of any other potential victims, they are encouraged to call either the Morro Bay Police Department or the District Attorney’s Bureau of Investigation.”