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MCKINNEY (CBS 11 NEWS) –  An assistant band director at Evans Middle School in McKinney has resigned, after an arrest last month for allegedly exposing himself to a student, while employed at a different school.

Plano police say, while serving as band director at Clark High School in Plano in 2007, Marcus Hunley pursued a personal relationship with a 16-year-old sophomore at the school.

According to police, the former student approached them this past December. The alleged victim told an investigator, when she was in the band program at Clark, Hunley would send her nude pictures of himself and engage in sex acts while chatting with her on a live web cam.

Police arrested Hunley on January 29th on a charge of Indecency with a Child – Exposure.

A McKinney ISD spokesperson confirms Hunley resigned the same day.

“We were both surprised and disturbed when we learned of these charges. To date, we have no reports of any inappropriate behavior on Mr Hunley’s part while employed at McKinney ISD,” wrote Cody Cunningham, the district’s chief communications officer, in an e-mail to CBS11.

The district sent letters home Wednesday to parents of students at Evans Middle School (click here to download), where Hunley began working as Assistant Band Director this year. The districts also sent letters home with students at McKinney High School where Hunley worked for three years prior. Hunley also worked at schools in Richardson and Frisco. He is currently out of jail on $7,500 bond.

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