Former Coach Sentenced To Prison For Having Relationship With Young Boy

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 9/05/2013 9:58 pm
A former volunteer coach in the Pendleton County Public School system was sentenced to one-year in prison for having an inappropriate relationship with a young boy, according to prosecutors.

Cassandra Elfers, 21, was sentenced on a reduced charge of Unlawful Transaction with a Minor.

Investigators said Elfers was a volunteer coach, who coached with her boyfriend in the school system.

Her victim was reportedly a 13-year old boy who was a member of a sports team.
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