Bozeman Track Coach Accused Of "Sexting" Athletes
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Bozeman High School's track and field coach has been arrested and accused of "sexting" female athletes.
James Michael Evans was charged with felony sexual abuse of children. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports Justice of the Peace Wandra Drusch set his bail at $50,000 during a hearing Thursday morning.
Police Chief Ron Price says an investigation found Evans had been communicating with at least two girls by text message and sent electronic images with sexual content to both. One said she was 15
when Evans started sending her messages that talked about engaging in sexual conduct.
School officials say Evans is also an assistant football coach, but does not otherwise work for the school district.
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