WESTLAKE — A church choir director has been arrested after police suspect he provided alcoholic beverages to two of his female students who are under 21.
Kevin Foster, 36, who is also a self-employed music teacher, faces two counts in relation to the charges. Police believe there may be more victims who have not yet come forward.
Foster was arrested yesterday at Westlake United Methodist Church. Police seized computers and cell phones and plan to examine them for evidence.
Police ask that parents or guardians of Foster’s female pupils ask them about their contact with him. Any questionable behavior should be reported to Westlake police at 871-3311.
Police said Foster gave lessons in his home and also served as a recital accompanist to students in several area school systems.
Foster is due in Rocky River Municipal Court on Wednesday at 9 a.m. His bond includes conditions that he not have contact with the victims and he may not have contact with anyone under 18 through church or school activities.