WESTLAKE, Ohio - Westlake police arrested a private music teacher Wednesday on allegations of providing two of his underage female students alcoholic beverages.
Kevin Foster, 36, a self-employed music teacher and choir director at Westlake United Methodist Church was charged with two counts of liquor offenses involving underage persons, according to police.
They said Foster gave lessons in his home and was a recital accompanist for student musicians in several area schools.
Police urge parents or guardians of Foster’s female pupils to ask their daughters about their contacts with Foster and report any questionable behavior.
Police said they took computers and cellphones to examine for evidence.
Foster is due in Rocky River Municipal Court on Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. where he will be represented by attorney Ronald Frey. His bond includes no contact with victims and anyone under the age of 18 through church or school activities.
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