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Former Edmond band teacher arrested, out on bond after alleged relationship with student

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Cameron Kedy mugshot, Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

EDMOND, Okla. – A former band director at an Edmond high school was arrested Thursday morning for soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology.

The Oklahoma County District Attorney filed charges against 28-year-old Cameron Kedy, who was the band director at Edmond Memorial High School, on Wednesday.

Kedy resigned from Edmond Memorial in May after police and the school started investigating allegations of an inappropriate relationship with a student.

Investigators allege the relationship began when the student was 16-years-old and lasted for years.

We’re told the victim is now 18-years-old.

Kedy began working for Edmond Public Schools in 2011.

He’s charged with soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology.

We’re told he could be facing more charges.

He turned himself in to the Oklahoma County Jail on Thursday.

He immediately bonded out.

Read more on the alleged relationship here.

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