FHS coach indicted, arrested

Campbell facing nine felony charges stemming from money questions at W.S. Neal

Flomaton High School's new head baseball coach Coy Campbell, Jr., has been indicted and arrested on nine felony counts, stemming from allegations he stole money and forged receipts while employed at W.S. Neal High School.

Escambia County School Superintendent John Knott had no comment on Campbell's status as a teacher and coach in Flomaton saying with an on-going investigation, he could not comment.

Campbell, 50, 9046 Munson Highway, Milton, Fla., turned himself in Tuesday at the Escambia County Detention Center in Brewton and was released on $25,000 bond.

An Escambia County grand jury indicte...

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