Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Frankfort Basketball Coach Arrested For Child Seduction

JASON CLARK / Courier & Press archives 
Princeton coach Tom Weeks reacts to a foul called on one of his players during a game against Washington on Friday, Jan. 23, 2009. Weeks, who led the Tigers to the 2009 Class 3A title, is moving on to Frankfort, Ind.
Frankfort High School basketball coach Tom Weeks (Jason Clark/Courier-Press Photo) 
Frankfort Police have arrested Frankfort High School history teacher and head boys' basketball coach Tom Weeks on charges of child seduction for allegedly engaging in inappropriate relations with a female student according to WTHR-TV. "These types of allegations are taken very seriously and investigated with the utmost sensitivity," Frankfort Police Chief Troy Bacon told WTHR. "Cooperation between the Community School of Frankfort and our detectives, as well as information gathered during the investigation, led to Week’s arrest," Bacon said. Weeks led the Princeton High School's boys' basketball team to a state Class 3A championship in 2009 with a perfect 29-0 record. Weeks left Princeton after 9 seasons in 2011 to join the faculty at Frankfort High School. WLFI quoted Superintendent Don DeWeese earlier today as indicating that Weeks is still employed by the school.

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