The trial of former Coffee County High School baseball coach Brad Weir will not take place as a plea agreement was agreed upon Wednesday.
The 47-year-old Weir is facing a 16-count indictment after being charged with having sex with a 15-year-old Coffee County student in 2015.
Bradley Newton Weir, the former head baseball coach at the nearby Coffee County High School will return to the county for a court appearance next month. His case was continued last week until Sept. 28.
43 year-old Bradley Newton Weir the former baseball coach at Coffee County High School had his attorney enter a plea of not guilty to a 16 count indictment issued by the Coffee County Grand Jury.
Brad Weir, the former Coffee County teacher and baseball coach recently had domestic violence charges conditionally dismissed in Franklin County.
The report states that Weir said he had assault rifles in his car. He reportedly threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend, her husband and everyone else in the restaurant.
Police in Franklin County are searching for Weir who threatened to kill people at the Blue Gill Grill restaurant just outside Coffee County. He allegedly threatened people at the restaurant with an assault rifle.
The Coffee County Head Baseball Coach was charged Tuesday morning by Manchester Police, on the direction of District Attorney Craig Northcott with Statutory Rape by an authority figure of a 15 year-old female.
Coffee County Head Baseball Coach Brad Weir was arrested Tuesday morning by Manchester Police. Weir was charged with Statutory Rape by an authority figure.
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