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Band director admits to sexual indecency with a child

WYNNE, AR (KAIT) – A high school band director had a bondhearing Thursday after admitting to police he exposed himself to a student.

Wynne High School Band Director Nicholas Wayne Wooster wasarrested by Wynne police on Wednesday for sexual indecency with a child,according to court documents obtained by Region 8 News.

The probable cause affidavit states Wynne police interviewedWooster on Wednesday about allegations of being sexually inappropriate toward a16-year-old student in May. A report wasfiled with the Arkansas Crimes Against Children Division about the suspectedsolicitation of sex.

While being interviewed by investigators in May, the victimtold police Wooster asked the student for sex, andasked if she had performed oral sex or ever had sex with anyone. Thevictim also said he kissed her and exposed himself to her. These incidentshappened on multiple occasions betweenDecember 2012 to April 2013, the victim told police.

During the police interview with Wooster, he told police hepulled the girl out of study hall and took her to the band room. Wooster thenadmitted to police that he kissed thevictim, removed his penis from his pants and displayed it to the girl.  Wooster also told police that he and thegirl corresponded on Facebook with "messages of a sexual nature."

A cash bond for Wooster was set at $1,000. He was released from the Cross County Jail on Thursday morning.

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