RALEIGH, N.C. — A Raleigh teacher who previously worked in Charlotte has been arrested and charged with inappropriate conduct with students

Peter Cunningham Moody, 39, who now lives in Knightdale, NC near Raleigh, was charged with four counts of indecent liberties with a minor and was being held at the Wake County jail under $200,000 bond.

He recently taught at Beaverdam Elementary School in Raleigh, according to WRAL-TV.

Arrest warrants state the incidents allegedly occurred between August 2018 and June and involved at least two youths.

A Wake County prosecutor said during a Wednesday court hearing that Moody rubbed his genitals on students and told them he was going to "hook up" with them when they turned 18.

Moody taught at Steele Creek Elementary school in Charlotte between 2012 and 2017, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. 

Moody's charges relate to an alleged incident in Wake County and he is not currently facing an allegations in Mecklenburg County.

Click here for more on this story from WRAL-TV.

More news from wcnc.com:

FORECAST: Frost Advisory in effect overnight

Power restored in uptown, South End Charlotte

He saved a fellow firefighter trapped in a burning building. For his heroic efforts, he won a new car.

Pilot dies in helicopter crash after spraying field in Union County

Several people assaulted, property damaged and stolen during fight at Family Dollar

At least 2 hurt in school bus crash in east Charlotte