3 Members of a local community say they are SHOCKED about a high school teacher's arrest. Deputies say the substitute teacher sent suggestive text messages to one of her students. 34-year-old Leila Wilford is the teacher facing charges. Arrested by Sheriff's deputies last Friday - Wilford worked at Baker County High School. The 16-year-old boy went to the principal and that's when the Sheriff's Office got involved. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell is covering Baker County ... She joins us LIVE from with the latest on the investigation. 3 3 LIVE INTRO - Today marks a week since Leila Wilford was brought here to the Sheriff's Office and booked on a charge of making obscene phone calls. She was released on a 15 thousand dollar bond the next day. The report starts with the 16yo telling investigators that Wilford told him she had always wanted to know what it would be like to kiss someone with braces on -- and that he was the only one in her class with braces. 3 00-0510-151:03 -1:08SOT - 5314 a teacher should be a person you can talk to and look up to not someone thats supposed to be attracted to youTRACK - 13- year-old Ashley Carter says she's happy to be home schooled -- after learning this Baker County High School substitute teacher was arrested for sending inappropriate text and social media messages to one of her 16-year-old students.According to the police report, 34- year-old Leila Wilford was arrested last Friday after the student showed his principal the inappropriate texts.PRE PRO - The report says Wilford used the messenger app Kik -- and "asked to see him with his shirt off" then later added "I want to have crazy mad sex with someone who can kiss."PRE PRO - The report shows she also messaged the the 16-year-old that "her husband doesn't do it for her anymore" and that she wanted her student to "drive her far away so they could do crazy things like when she was his age and suggested drinking and smoking."TRACK - Sheriff Joey Dobson says he doesn't believe Wilford had been with the school for long and these situations are hard to deal with.SOT - 4437 to have to be dealing with something like this is just a tragedy and we do we hate it because we know these people we know the student and we know the teacher and her familyTRACK - The School district issued a statement that says in part:PRE PRO - "Wilford passed the course required to be a substitute teacher.Just like everyone else, she was fingerprinted, drug tested and had a background check and she passed everything."SOT - 5310 it is very scary you know basically hard to trust people 3 LIVE TAG - The school district went on to say Wilford won't be working for Baker County Schools anymore and that the safety and welfare of the students is their highest priority.