Maryland school nurse accused of sex crimes involving 4 students

A Maryland school nurse is jailed without bail after being accused of sex crimes involving four students in Somerset County.

State Police say 33-year-old Samantha Marsh of Crisfield would drive around in her van to pick up the students and then drive to various locations for sex crimes.

They've charged Marsh with:
- 10 counts fourth-degree sex offense
- Four counts of perverted practice
- Four counts of contributing to the condition of a child
- One count of attempted fourth-degree sex offense

The students were all from Crisfield High School and Academy, but investigators do not believe any of the offenses occurred at the school.

Marsh is on administrative leave, and is being held in the county jail.