FRANKFORT, Ind. - A Frankfort teacher and coach was arrested Wednesday afternoon after police accused him of child seduction.
Police said Thomas Weeks, 46, was accused of misconduct with a female student at a Frankfort high school.
Weeks' arrest followed an in-depth investigation by detectives. Investigators said no further identifying details were released in order to protect the identity of the student.
Weeks was also the head coach of the boys varsity basketball team.
"Cooperation between the Community School of Frankfort and our detectives, as well as information gathered during the investigation, led to Weeks' arrest," Chief Troy Bacon said.
Weeks was taken into custody at the Clinton County Jail about 1 p.m.
He was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
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