Former Damar Services employee accused of having sex with special needs children

Wylok Stonebraker, 26, facing multiple charges

INDIANAPOLIS - A woman is charged with multiple sex offenses against special needs children.

Damar Services said parents and guardians were notified by letter about the arrest of their former employee, Wylok Stonebraker, 26.

Stonebraker is charged with four counts of child seduction and one count of dissemination of matter harmful to children. 

Stonebraker was a direct care staff member at Damar, where she often had to transport special needs children in company vehicles. 

According to the probable cause affidavit, she performed oral sex on, and had intercourse with, four boys she transported. They were 13, 14, 16 and 17 years old. 

She also allegedly sent pictures of her breasts and genitalia to one of the underage victims. 

Stonebraker couldn’t be reached for comment, but her stepfather denied the allegations on her behalf.

Damar Services operates two schools -- the Damar Charter Academy which opened with great fanfare back in 2010, and the Damar Academy. 

On its campus it serves 1,400 clients from around the country. Each client has a developmental disability or an emotional challenge.

The victims were not students at the charter school, but were clients in the community-based programs.

Damar Services would not do an on-camera interview about the case, but they issued a statement late this afternoon saying, "We are aware that a former employee has been arrested and charged with crimes allegedly involving our clients. The employee was terminated before the agency was made aware of these allegations."

Stonebraker has been charged with two additional counts of sexual misconduct with a minor. 

She is free on bond. Her next court date is Feb. 26.

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