11/19 UPDATE: Guy Wolf’s two Custodial Indecent Liberties charges were consolidated into one. He waived his right to a preliminary hearing and the case is scheduled for the December 2 grand jury, Commonwealth's Attorney spokeswoman Macie Pridgen told WVEC.com.
VIRGINIA BEACH -- Police charged a former Salem High School teacher after he supposedly had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl who is a student at the school.
School administrators notified Virginia Beach Police and Child Protective Services September 6 that 53-year-old Guy Andrew Wolf may have had inappropriate contact with a student.
Detectives said they determined Wolf and the 17-year-old had a consensual, sexual relationship that took place outside of school between May and June 2013.
"He was very into the students. He actually would help the students," said Davina Rumble whose 15-year-old daughter is in her second year in The Visual and Performing Arts Academy at Salem.
Rumble's daughter heard Tuesday that Wolf would not be returning. Rumble learned why when she received and automated call from the school Wednesday after Wolf's arrest, explaining the situation.
"They did say if, you know, any other students had anything going on to make sure they don't gossip about it, but that if the parents felt like something else was going on to make sure that they brought it to their attention, so I really think the school is on top of everything that's going on," said Rumble.
Wolf faces 2 counts of Felony Custodial Indecent Liberties with a Child. He appeared before a magistrate and issued a surety bond.
13News Now found him at his home Wednesday night. He didn't open the door, but through it said, "No comment at this time. Please, go away."
According to school officials, Wolf served as a theater teacher at Salem High School from August 2004 until he resigned on September 6, the day administrators contacted police and CPS.
Investigators are trying to identify any other victims who may have had any involvement with Wolf.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Virginia Beach Detective Bureau at (757) 385-4101.