Former Indiana high school swim coach once again facing federal charges


A former Fishers High School swim coach previously sentenced to federal prison for stealing from Nashville, Tenn.-area churches is now facing a new set of federal charges on allegations of passing bad bills at a minor league baseball game in Ohio.

Kenneth J. Stopkotte, 52, is being held in the Montgomery County Jail in Ohio after being arrested at Dayton Dragons minor league baseball game on suspicion of forgery, theft and receiving stolen property, according to court documents.

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