(WMC-TV) - A Mid-South band director admitted to police that he exposed himself to a 16-year-old student in the Wynne High School band room. Nicholas Wayne Wooster is out of jail and on bond as of Friday after being charged with sexual indecency with a child.
In a small town like Wynne, Arkansas, trust usually comes easy but when it is broken it put everyone on edge.
"It's a shock to everybody that it happened here in Wynne because nothing like this ever really happens here," said police chief Jeff Sanders.
The 35-year old Wynne High School band director was arrested Wednesday.
Sanders said Wooster admitted to police, in a taped interview, to taking a girl out of study hall and to the band room. Then kissing her, exposing himself to her, and asking her to have sex with him.
"Somebody that's in authority ... that teachers that does that to a child, that's just a shock it self," said Sanders.
Sanders said a call into the Crimes Against Children Hotline in April lead to the investigation and arrest.
An affidavit also claimed that Wooster kissed that student and sent explicit sexual messages on Facebook.
Action News 5 went to Wooster's home, but no one answered the door despite a car was parked in the driveway.
A first court date is set for July 25. No one from the school district was available for comment.
Wooster has been ordered to not attend school functions or have contact with students.
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