The North Rose-Wolcott music teacher who disappeared and then was found dead on the shore of Lake Ontario last month was accused of having a sexual relationship with a boy over several years.
According to the Times of Wayne County, 48-year old Fredrick Dunn was asked by Wayne County Sheriff's Deputies to show up for an interview concerning an allegation made by an 18 year-old boy. The allegation was that Dunn had a sexual relationship with the boy that had been ongoing for several years, including when the boy was a juvenile.
In an editorial, Editor Ron Holdraker says Dunn failed to show up for the police interview regarding the allegations of sexual abuse involving an underage child. Instead, he took his own life.
On Wednesday, February 20th, Dunn left a school play practice to run errands. He was last seen in a Wolcott grocery store. Police found his body three days later.
Police determined Dunn died from hypothermia. You can read the editorial, we have linked to from our webpage at Finger Lakes Daily News dot com.