Ashland ex-swim coach gets 40 months after reconnecting with victim



A former Ashland High School volunteer swim coach convicted last year of having a sexual relationship with an underage team member is headed to prison after reconnecting with her over the Internet and trying to lure her to Georgia.

Camren Mitzel, 26, pleaded guilty Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court to second-degree online sexual corruption of a child and violating his probation. He was sentenced to 40 months in prison and three years’ post-prison supervision, according to Deputy District Attorney Terry Smith-Norton.

An original charge of first-degree online sexual corruption of a child was dismissed, court records show.

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