Sunday School Teacher Arrested For Giving Topless Photo To 14-Year-Old

SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- A former Sunday school teacher was arrested on charges of distributing harmful material to a minor after the parents of a 14-year-old boy found a topless photo of her on his cell phone. Victoria Ann Chacon, 27, also a former middle school teacher, allegedly met the boy at their church, where she was teaching Sunday school.

The boy's parents called police March 27 after finding racy letters in which Chacon professed her love. The boy initially refused to give a statement about the relationship, the arrest warrant says.

Several months later, the parents found a cell phone with a topless photo of Chacon. The phone was owned by Chacon and the two had been calling one another, according to court documents.

The woman was arrested Tuesday. Jail records had no attorney listed for her.

Chacon resigned from Somerset Junior High School on March 14. The boy did not attend that school. Officials of the Somerset Independent School District said they found no evidence that she had any inappropriate relationships with students.


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  • by FOSTER Location: PAMLICO BEACH on Dec 11, 2008 at 07:43 AM
    ASK AND YOU WILL RECEIVE,I BET THEY HAVE A LARGE SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS/
  • by Fred Location: NC on Dec 8, 2008 at 01:22 PM
    Bet religion would not have been mentioned if the teacher were muslim.
  • by Cat Location: Gboro on Dec 8, 2008 at 10:46 AM
    Hey, Lee? You left out what would be being said had it been a cop. And Dwayne, don't take it as it giving religion a black eye.. There are imperfect people in EVERY walk of life. You will see me preaching the same thing the next time there is some story up here about a former,or active cop. Take care!
  • by Lee Location: ENC on Dec 2, 2008 at 08:47 AM
    What? So her being a sunday school teacher and that being were they met is just christian bashing eh? So I guess when these things come out and the offender was a public school teacher then people are just Education bashing I guess. Get real guy the school teacher part of this story is obviously important as it is where they allegedy met, sorry if it makes you religion look less then noble but ignoring facts because you dont like how they sound or appear is beyond assinine.
  • by Dwayne Location: Greenville on Nov 26, 2008 at 11:41 AM
    Yea, what does "former Sunday School teacher" have to do with this. Oh, the story is out of the Christian bashing Associated Press. Mention another religion and you'll get threats as one teacher did for simply naming a teddy bear a certain religious person's name. Tired of the Christian bashing. AP is just a liberal robot to the Obamainsanity.
  • by Thomas Location: Creswell on Nov 19, 2008 at 09:32 PM
    Good Lord if we had more of this their would be alot more church goers. Me included. She can be my teacher any day.
  • by S. Fox Location: US on Nov 19, 2008 at 05:19 PM
    While I don't condone her behavior, I hope she doesn't serve prison time for something that appears so minor. I know most 14-yr old's have access to alot more than topless photos... A topless photo does not a sex-abuser, make.
  • by Yea Location: NC on Nov 19, 2008 at 01:54 PM
    Former Sunday School teacher? What does that have to do with the fact she was sending nude pictures to the boy?? She is a woman and putting Sunday school teacher as the main title is just a little spacey. She was also a Middle school teacher, why not say Former Middle school teacher?? Every single person who attends church, and every single person who doen't attend church sins. No need to make it seem like people who attend are saints, and people who don't shouldn't be.
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