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Coyle Coach Accused of Sex Crimes Including Exposing Self, Groping Girls

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Stacey Brewer is charged with 13 counts including indecent exposure and lewd acts to a child under 16. Stacey Brewer is charged with 13 counts including indecent exposure and lewd acts to a child under 16.
Brewer was initially charged Feb. 5 after a girl said he exposed himself to her on a school bus and tried to give her his telephone number. Brewer was initially charged Feb. 5 after a girl said he exposed himself to her on a school bus and tried to give her his telephone number.

By Jacqueline Sit, NEWS 9

COYLE, Oklahoma -- An Oklahoma coach accused of sex crimes, including exposing himself and groping girls, will face a judge in a preliminary hearing in September.

Stacey Brewer, the Coyle High School girls' basketball coach, social studies teacher and bus driver, is charged with 13 counts including indecent exposure and lewd acts to a child under 16.

A probable cause affidavit stated allegations dating back to March 2009. Several witnesses have alleged in one incident, Brewer asked them to try on a track uniform without their bra and underwear.

The affidavit also stated in February 2010, Brewer allegedly exposed his penis to a student in the Coyle Public Schools girl's weight room more than one time and on two occasions, touched her breast while she was doing sit-up exercises.

Brewer was initially charged Feb. 5 after a girl said he exposed himself to her on a school bus and tried to give her his telephone number.

Logan County District Attorney Robert Hudson said he's never seen anything like this in his jurisdiction.

"These allegations are disturbing and this is certainly one of the more serious cases," Hudson said.

Coyle Public Schools Superintendent Josh Sumrall said this is in authorities hands.

"We're leaving it to the court system whether it's guilty or not. We're putting students first and trying to protect them from everything. The students are our first priority," Sumrall said.

Sumrall adds Brewer is on paid administrative leave until a verdict is found.

NEWS 9 contacted Brewer's attorney for a comment but we have not heard back from him yet.

The preliminary hearing will begin September 13 in the Logan County Courthouse.

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