High School Football Coach Arrested in “Bondage” Prostitution Sting – Todd Pooch

You know, we could care less what crazy stuff people do in the privacy of their own homes . . . even if they are coaching high school kids. But you can see where parents might get a little concerned when the head coach of your football team gets arrested in a prostitution sting involving an alleged brothel where all sorts of crazy bondage acts are being requested.  In this case, the cops say that of the two men arrested (one being Todd Pooch, the coach of the Firelands High School Falcons) that “one man wanted to be tied up and beaten, and another wanted sex acts performed while he sat in a dog cage. Patrick would not elaborate on which requests came from Pooch.”

On the plus side, opposing schools can always start singing “Who Let The Dogs Out” when they play Firelands High.

Pooch was arrested in a sting that came about following the arrest of another man last week. Huron County Sheriff’s Capt. Ted Patrick said the sheriff’s office received a tip that 53-year-old Douglas Lucas was running a brothel out of his Ninevah Road home in Greenwich.  A search warrant executed at the home, revealed there were some twisted acts going on at the residence, Patrick said.

There were a number of bondage props including dog chains, collars, masks and whips taken from the home.  Customers seeking bondage and sadomasochism services were often located by Lucas through a website that catered to bondage and sadomasochism, said Patrick. Lucas was arrested Sept. 1 for promoting prostitution. He is scheduled to appear in Norwalk Municipal Court Sept. 23 for a preliminary hearing. Deputies believe he may have been running the brothel for about two to three months.

Falcons head football coach arrested for soliciting sex (Morning Journal)