CURRITUCK COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) - A Currituck County School System coach was charged Tuesday after information came to light about a relationship he had with a student.
Chief Deputy M.W. Beickert with the Currituck County Sheriff's Office said Nicholas Webster Cahoon, 31, of Elizabeth City was charged with indecent liberties with a student, a felony, due to an investigation that began in May.
An incident involving Cahoon, a volunteer coach, was reported to a school resource officer in May which led detectives to meet with school officials. Detectives then met with Cahoon at his home, where he made disclosures about a relationship with a student, Beickert said.
Beickert said that the investigation continues.
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