An assistant girls soccer coach at Ashley High School in Wilmington, NC is facing a bunch of charges for an in appropriate relationship with one of his players and could be charged in multiple jurisdictions. That’s because he and the girl, 16, went to a relatives house in another county to have sex on more than one occasion, so charges could be brought up there as well.
What exactly are “crimes against nature?” According to Wikipedia, that would include “sexual practices that have historically been considered to be crimes against nature include homosexual acts, anal sex, bestiality, and necrophilia. Other less common examples include fellatio, and cunnilingus.”
Brian Reardon, 24, of Rainwater Court in Clayton, was charged by the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office Thursday with two counts each of sexual offense with a student, indecent liberties with a student, crime against nature and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Reardon was an assistant soccer coach at Ashley High School in Wilmington, where the female played soccer, according to a press release from the OCSO. He was previously arrested by the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office due to offenses allegedly committed in Wilmington when his relationship with the student was found to be more than coach/player.
An investigation was initiated by the Onslow County Sheriff’s office in May, due to allegations that Reardon had a sexual relationship with the player, at her family member’s home in the Richlands area, according to the release.
Source – ENC Today