ALLEN COUNTY | Two LaPorte school officials will not serve any jail time but were not left off the hook under an agreement reached on charges they failed to report a girl having sex with her volleyball coach.
LAPORTE | A Porter County jury will hear the case of a former LaPorte High School student seeking damages from the LaPorte Community Schools Corp. over sexual contact she had with a former volleyball coach.
FORT WAYNE | After a series of delays and a venue change, the trial against two LaPorte school officials accused of covering up a sexual relationship between a coach and player has been set for January.
LAPORTE | A special prosecutor has been named to the case of two LaPorte Community School Corp. employees accused of hiding a sexual relationship between a volleyball coach and player.
LAPORTE COUNTY | A judge Thursday scheduled hearings on a motion that two LaPorte school officials should be tried outside the county on allegations they failed to report their suspicions of a sexual relationship between a now former coach and player.
INDIANAPOLIS | A former LaPorte High School volleyball coach, convicted of four felonies following a two-year sexual relationship with a student-athlete, must serve his full 21-year prison sentence, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Monday cleared the way for a trial to determine whether the LaPorte High School athletic director should have reported child abuse he allegedly knew took place.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals gave the go-ahead Friday for a trial to determine whether a former LaPorte High School volleyball coach failed to report an illegal sexual relationship between another coach and a student-athlete.
LAPORTE | A former junior varsity volleyball coach convicted of having a sexual relationship with a LaPorte High School girl deflected blame for his conduct, court documents filed last week show.
LAPORTE | A former LaPorte High School girl voluntarily engaged in a sexual relationship with her former junior varsity volleyball coach, assuming all risk, LaPorte school officials claimed in court documents this week.
LAPORTE | The family of a girl who was sexually involved with her former junior varsity volleyball coach filed a lawsuit Thursday against the state, school district and employees, claiming officials ignored indications the relationship was happening, court records state.
LAPORTE | A judge upheld charges against two LaPorte school district employees charged with failing to report sexual crimes of a volleyball coach against a player.
LAPORTE | Charges have been dismissed against the LaPorte Community School Corp., but criminal cases against two school officials on allegations involving a coach and player having sex are moving forward.
LAPORTE | Attorneys for the LaPorte Community School Corp. argued in court Wednesday criminal charges against the school district should be dismissed in the case of a former high school assistant volleyball coach who had sex with a player.
LAPORTE | Lawyers for two LaPorte Community School Corp. officials petitioned the court Thursday to dismiss charges against both in an alleged coverup of a sexual relationship between a former high school volleyball coach and female player.
Rhonda Ashcraft and her husband, Bob Ashcraft, a former LaPorte High School assistant volleyball coach accused of having a sexual relationship with a teen player, enter the LaPorte County Courthouse in LaPorte on June 29 for the start of his trial.
LAPORTE | Rhonda Ashcraft told jurors she never saw any inappropriate contact between her husband, former LaPorte High School junior varsity volleyball coach Bob Ashcraft, and a teenage player.
LAPORTE | For four hours, jurors heard Indiana State Trooper Gretchen Deal recount the details of her investigation into an alleged sexual relationship between a then 15-year-old girl and former LaPorte High School assistant volleyball coach Robert Ashcraft, saying suspicions had been voiced…
LAPORTE | A blanket police seized from Robert Ashcraft's pickup truck contained DNA from both the former LaPorte High School volleyball coach and one of his former players, an Indiana State Police expert told jurors Thursday.
LAPORTE | Marybeth Lebo, head coach of the LaPorte High School varsity volleyball team, will assert her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination if called to testify as to whether she knew of the alleged relationship between fellow coach Bob Ashcraft and a former player.
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