Del City church teacher sentenced to prison for producing child pornography

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DEL CITY, Okla. – A Del City church teacher was sentenced to serve 327 months in prison for producing child pornography.

Donnie Schultz, 45, was arrested in December 2015 and later indicted by a federal grand jury for producing child pornography depicting a 15-year-old girl with whom he engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

Schultz allegedly began engaging in sex acts with the then 14-year-old girl in July 2014.

Officials say he met the girl through a religion class he taught at Calvary Christian Church.

Police said the girl told a teacher at her high school about the relationship, claiming she’d been brainwashed by the suspect.

Court records show Schultz would take the victim to his handyman jobs around the metro to have sex with her, sometimes in his white work van.

According to those court records, the sex acts occurred between July 2014 and November 2015 and took place in various locations in the Oklahoma City metro, including the church’s parking lot, the victim’s home and Schultz’s home.

“We did obtain evidence from a computer taken from his home that validates and verifies what we’ve been told,” Del City Major Jody Suit told KFOR in Dec. 2015.

In that search, police took his laptop computers, cell phone and tablet that revealed a collection of photos of the victim naked.

Donnie Schultz

Donnie Schultz

Police said Schultz is married with kids but used his home computer to record himself having sex with the victim in his master bedroom.

According to court records, Schultz produced over 173 images of sexual acts involving the child with his iPhone.

Today, Schultz was sentenced to serve 327 months in prison and pay restitution in the amount of $4,266.13 to the victim.

This is not the first time Schultz has been in trouble with the law for sex crimes.

In 1995, he was convicted of second degree rape in Cleveland County, but he didn’t have to register as a sex offender after 2013.

 

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