Justice High School teacher arrested for sexual contact with student


Spivey is also employed as a private music teacher.

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (WDVM) — A 57-year-old teacher is facing four felony charges of indecent liberties by a custodian for allegedly having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student at Justice High School.

Detectives from Fairfax County Police Department’s Major Crimes Bureau Child Abuse Squad arrested Philip Spivey, of Falls Church, on Wednesday.

Spivey was allegedly having unlawful sexual contact with a student. He is also employed as a private music teacher. According to Associated Press, Justice High School Principal Maria Eck said staff at the school learned of the relationship this month and notified police. Spivey hasn’t been to the school since Jan. 8. The school lists Spivey as an English teacher of students with different native languages.

He is currently being held at the county’s Adult Detention Center without bond. 

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