Two teachers in Frederick County were arrested after an investigation revealed that they both had “inappropriate contact” with their students.
After their respective schools notified FCSO School Resource Officers about the allegations in mid-March. The Sheriff’s Office began looking into Emily Walker, a P.E. teacher and basketball coach at Frederick County Middle School. Additionally, Matthew Geyer, a teacher’s aide at Sherando High School.
Walker had relations with a 12-year-old student on more than one occasion. The sheriff’s office found evidence of hundreds of text messages exchanged between Walker and the student. The conversation escalated to expectations of physical contact between the two.
On several occasions, the student kissed the P.E. teacher on school grounds. Geyer has been charged with minor delinquency. After meeting on a social media app a few months ago, he had a consensual sexual encounter with a 16-year-old boy.
The sheriff’s office conducted an investigation and discovered that the teacher’s aide had sexual contact with the teenager at the victim’s home.
Walker has been charged with a felony of taking indecent liberties with a child. She turned herself in voluntarily to the Regional Adult Detention Facility. Geyer was arrested by officers and is currently being held without bond at the same detention center.