SPOKANE, Wash. — The Mead High School Spanish teacher accused of having sex with a student is allowed contact with his three children, according to court documents.
Wesley Perez is charged with sexual misconduct with a minor and communication with a minor for immoral purposes. According to court documents, Perez and the student met during a leadership camp. They later exchanged phone numbers and Snapchat information.
Court documents said the two continued to meet outside of school over summer break. The victim said Perez would drive her to a different location, where they engaged in oral sex and other sexual contact.
A court order states that Perez's contact with his children must be in the presence of pre-authorized adult who has signed a declaration stating they are aware of the allegations against Perez and the charges he faces.
Perez's wife Elizabeth is among those pre-authorized adults. She previously asked for a judge to lower Perez's bond so he could come home and help care for their children.
According to the court order, all other conditions of Perez's release will remain in effect. He is not allowed to have contact with any other minors, including but not limited to his children's friends.