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from www.azcentral.com – Tempe police arrested a 36-year-old physical-education teacher in the Phoenix Elementary School District on Wednesday on suspicion of sexual conduct with a minor.

Nicole Renee Wooten told police that she committed sexual acts with an eighth-grader between 2005 and 2006, according to court documents. The girl was about 12 years old at the time.

The suspected acts took place at Wooten’s apartment near Dobson Road and Southern Avenue in Mesa, according to the documents.

Wooten was a teacher at Herrera School for the Fine Arts and Dual Language, near Buckeye Road and 11th Street in Phoenix where the girl was a student, according to the documents.

Tempe police stopped Wooten on Wednesday when she left Herrera school and arrested her, said Sgt. Mike Pooley, a spokesman for the Tempe Police Department.

Pooley said Wooten did not resist arrest.

Last November the Phoenix Police Department was alerted about the suspected sexual misconduct, according to the documents. Tempe police then took over the investigation and arrested Wooten on suspicion of three counts of sexual conduct with a minor.

Wooten was placed on unpaid leave Thursday, said Sara Bresnahan, a public-relations representative from the Phoenix Elementary School District.

No incidents were reported on Wooten’s employment file, which would include any complaints or issues with her work status, Bresnahan said.

Wooten also passed all of the employment protocols when she was hired at the kindergarten through eighth-grade school in 2000 but she did not elaborate about what those protocols were.

Parents at Herrera were notified of the arrest in a letter that was sent home with the students at the end of the school day, Bresnahan said.

The school was contacted by the Tempe Police Department late Wednesday concerning the arrest.

“We are fully cooperating, we don’t interrupt the investigation at all,” Bresnahan said.

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