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VRHS Guidance Counselor charged after investigators determine he had inappropriate relationships with multiple students

On February 16, 2024, the Carroll County School District notified the Villa Rica Police Department of an allegation that had been made to them in reference to a Villa Rica High School employee being involved in an inappropriate relationship with a student. The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) identified the suspect as 30-year-old Alonzo Wyatt, a full-time counselor at Villa Rica High School. The investigation initially revealed that Mr. Wyatt had engaged in a sexual relationship with a student at the high school on multiple occasions.

During the investigation of this relationship, two other victims were identified. Thus far, the investigation into the additional victims found that they were being counseled by Mr. Wyatt. During the counseling, Mr. Wyatt made inappropriate comments, solicited them for sex, and groped them. The Villa Rica Police Department is actively continuing the investigation as information becomes available.    

Currently Mr. Wyatt has been charged with 6 counts of Improper Sexual Contact by a School Employee 16-6-5.1 and 1 count of Criminal Attempt 16-4-1 to commit 16-6-5.1.

This investigation revealed a pattern of predatory behavior by Mr. Wyatt. He was in a position of trust at the school and students depended on him for assistance, advice, and safety. Mr. Wyatt clearly and continuously broke that trust and preyed on the students that he was in charge of supervising and assisting. This case has taken some time to investigate due to all the complex digital cell phone evidence and numerous victims and witnesses.

“The district was informed of allegations made against a Villa Rica High School employee. The matter was turned over to the Villa Rica Police Department, and today they have notified us of the completion of their investigation,” Charity Aaron, Carroll County Schools Communications Director said. “We are thankful for the strong relationship we have with our local law enforcement to ensure that the safety of our students remains our top priority.”

               The police department would like to encourage parents and guardians to have a conversation with your students to ensure they have not witnessed or experienced any concerning behaviors while being counseled by Mr. Wyatt. If any concerns are discovered please contact Sgt. Brian Finley at 678-840-1314 or


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