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Mother catches HIV positive police officer and criminal justice teacher raping her son at park

By Emily Lewis 1:21 PM December 11, 2017
Tracy Wayne Crosby

A man who worked as a teacher and a law enforcement officer raped a teenager and exposed him to HIV, according to police in Georgia.

The Camden County Sheriff’s Office said that they have arrested 42-year-old Tracy Wayne Crosby after being accused of sodomizing the 16-year-old boy, who was not identified.

Crosby has been charged with solicitation of sodomy and reckless conduct by a person with HIV.

He was booked into the Camden County Jail and his bail has been set at $150,000.

According to the police investigation, Crosby was a teacher at the Ware County High School, where he taught criminal justice and police forensics.

He was also a police officer and worked for the Georgia Department of Corrections, the Ware County Sheriff’s Office, the Waycross Police Department, and Pierce County Sheriff’s Office.

Pierce County Sheriff Ramsey Bennet said he fired Crosby immediately upon learning about the allegations.

On Wednesday, the mother of the 16-year-old boy became suspicious after her son left the home without telling her where he was going.

The mother followed her son to the Satilla River Waterfront Park in Woodbine.

She looked into a car and saw Crosby sodomizing her son.

She immediately called the police who arrived at the scene and arrested the teacher.

The victim was not Crosby’s student.

Investigators believe that Crosby met the boy on the Internet and solicited him for sodomy.

The two had unprotected sex, which exposed the boy to HIV.