A 32-year-old former color guard instructor at Reading Senior High School is facing charges after she allegedly had an affair with an underage student that last months, according to police.
Jennifer Wolfe was arrested Thursday following an investigation into sex abuse claims,
Police say that a 17-year-old band member was sexually assaulted by Wolfe from October 2011 through April of the following year.
Wolfe and the student spoke on the phone before they began meeting up, according to a press release sent by the Berks County District Attorney's Office.
Investigators say the woman would pick the boy up and they would go to her house in Wernersville. Police also say she supplied the teen with whiskey and coke and then had sex with him.
Wolfe was the color guard instructor at Reading High from 2011 to 2013.
Reading School District released this statement regarding the incident:
Jennifer Wolfe is no longer an employee with the Reading School District. She was last employed with the district in Fall 2013. She was previously in an extracurricular position, serving as a color guard instructor.
The district has clearances on file for Ms. Wolfe that show no record of incident.
District staff learned of the allegations in October 2013 and initiated the investigation by immediately notifying Berks County Children and Youth Services. The district also immediately discontinued her service.
The student graduated in June 2012. He is now 19 years old.
This is a personnel issue so no further information will be released.
Wolfe is facing multiple charges including sexual assault, endangering the welfare of children and the corruption of minors.
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