Former VB teacher admits guilt to relationship with student

Guy Wolf was arrested in September 2013 and charged with two counts felony custodial indecent liberties with a child. (Photo provided by the VBPD)
Guy Wolf was arrested in September 2013 and charged with two counts felony custodial indecent liberties with a child. (Photo provided by the VBPD)

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – A former Virginia Beach theater teacher accused of indecent liberties with a student entered into a plea agreement Tuesday.

In Virginia Beach Circuit Court, 53-year-old Guy Andrew Wolf admitted guilt to custodial indecent liberties and received a five-year prison sentence that was suspended as long as he meets the following conditions:

  • Remain of uniform good for five years
  • Be placed on supervised probation until his probation officer’s release and complete any counseling or treatment deemed appropriate by the officer
  • Have a psychosexual evaluation and complete any and all recommended sex offender therapy, including routine polygraph examinations
  • Register as a sex offender
  • Pay court costs

Wolf was charged in September when Virginia Beach City Public Schools administrators notified the VBPD Special Victims Unit and Child Protective Services that Wold, a teacher at Salem High School, was having inappropriate contact with a 17-year-old student.

Had the case gone to trial, Macie Pridgen with the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office said evidence would have proved Wolf began texting a student about his feelings for and attraction to her. The texting led to two occasions between May 22, 2013 and June 30, 2013 when the student went to Wolf’s Virginia Beach home and engaged in consensual fondling and kissing.

Wolf admitted his guilt to Virginia Beach detectives, Pridgen said.

Wolf voluntarily resigned from his position with VBPS in September, after being employed at the school since August 2004.

Investigators are trying to identify any other victims who may have been involved with Wolf. Anyone with information is asked to call the Virginia Beach Detective Bureau at 757-385-4101.

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