Former basketball coach to serve prison time

ATHENS, Wis. (WEAU)--After five hours of deliberation, a jury found a former Athens girls basketball coach not guilty of repeated sexual assault of a child and exposing himself, but convicted Rory McKellips of using a computer to facilitate a sex crime.

According to online court records, the Mosinee man was also convicted of a misdemeanor count of obstructing or resisting an officer.

The judge revoked McKellips bond and he was taken into custody after the trial. He also ordered a presentence investigation. No sentencing date has been set.

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