Spectrum

Apr 11, 2016

A FORMER SOUTHWEST OHIO COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACH ACCUSED OF GROPING A PLAYER HAS BEEN FOUND NOT GUILTY


A FORMER SOUTHWEST OHIO COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACH ACCUSED OF GROPING A PLAYER HAS BEEN FOUND NOT GUILTY OF MISDEMEANOR CHARGES OF SEXUAL ABUSE AND UNLAWFUL TRANSACTION WITH A MINOR. A KENTON COUNTY KENTUCY DISTRICT COURT JUDGE FOUND 29-YEAR-OLD BRYCE MCKEY NOT GUILTY IN A BENCH TRIAL TODAY IN COVINGTON. THE FORMER XAVIER UNIVERSITY ASSISTANT COACH PLEADED NOT GUILTY LAST YEAR. A XAVIER PLAYER HE COACHED SAID MCKEY ASKED HER TO COME TO HIS COVINGTON HOME AND REPEATEDLY TOUCHED HER INAPPROPRIATELY. XAVIER SAID MCKEY WASN'T EMPLOYED THERE AT THE TIME OF THE ALLEGED EVENTS. MCKEY HAD ACCEPTED AN ASSISTANT COACH POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BUT RESIGNED AFTER HE WAS CHARGED.


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