(Dec. 5, 2013) – A Loudoun County Public Schools elementary school physical education teacher was charged Wednesday morning with DUI, driving without a license and possession of alcohol on school property, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Daily Crime Report.
Gregory A. Wuenschel, 48, of Ranson, W.V. was arrested at Cedar Lane Elementary School in Ashburn after a Loudoun County Sheriff’s School Resource Officer was notified by school personnel that a member of their staff was possibly intoxicated at the school. During the course of the investigation it was determined Wuenschel drove to the school. He was released on $2,500 bond.
Wuenschel is a 1988 graduated from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania with a B.S. degree in exercise science. H received his teaching licensure from George Mason University in 1998. He started his teaching career in Fairfax County, where he taught for five years a the elementary school level, before moving to Cedar Lane, where he has taught for nine years.
According to his LCPS bio when not teaching he can be found running, cycling, rock climbing, white water rafting and working part time as a zipline guide at Harpers Ferry Adventure Center.
Loudoun County Sheriff’s Daily Crime Report
Date: December 5, 2013
Eastern Loudoun Station
Assault: Deputies responded to the Inova Loudoun Hospital Emergency Room at the Lansdowne Campus for a victim of an assault. The victim declined to fully cooperate and only provided information that the injuries were a result of a confrontation with a known subject in the area of the listed location. The injuries were described as non-life-threatening. The incident is being investigated by the Loudoun County Sheriffâs Office Criminal Investigations Division.
Larceny/Suspicious Event: A resident heard a loud noise and discovered their garage door was partially open. A firearm and other items were reported taken from the garage.
Destruction of Property: Graffiti was located on the exterior walls of an apartment complex.
Exposure: A 21-year-old North Carolina woman reported seeing a man exposing himself in the area of the listed location. The male did not make verbal or physical contact with the victim. The suspect was described as a Black male in his 40’s, approximately 5’8″ tall, with a medium build with short black hair. The suspect was further described as wearing a black t-shirt and dark jeans.
Dulles South Station
Cricket Hill Ct.
Suspicious Event: A resident received a call from an unknown subject claiming to be from the FBI and was working on a legal case. The resident interrupted the caller and asked several questions. At that point the caller hung up. The resident believes the call to be part of a scam.
Old Ox Rd.
Larceny: Unknown subject(s) entered an unlocked vehicle and removed a GPS unit, a laptop, a tablet and other items.