HS coach gets probation, fine for cocaine case
UPDATED: Thursday, January 3, 2013 - 4:03pm
Calvert, TX — The sentence has come down for a local high school football coach who was caught up in a cocaine smuggling ring.
Today Coylin Grimes, 38, was sentenced to 3 years probation and 1,000 dollar fine.
A target of a federal probe, Grimes was arrested for “conspiracy to deliver cocaine.”
He pleaded to a lesser crime in November, and today, was able to avoid jail time.
Grimes was the head football coach at Calvert High School and Athletic Director of the district.
It is unknown whether he will, or can return to his postition.