NJ Coach Accused of Improper Conduct With Students

Michael Boris, 31, faces several charges

Thursday, Nov 24, 2011  |  Updated 12:21 PM EDT
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NJ Coach Accused of Improper Conduct With Students

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Prosecutors say a longtime sports coach engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with two students and a former student at a northern New Jersey high school.

Thirty-year-old Michael Boris of Lodi faces two counts of aggravated criminal sexual contact and three counts of child endangerment.

Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli says Boris had explicit online exchanges with students and "inappropriate sexual contact" with one student. But Molinelli wouldn't disclose the students' ages or gender

Boris has held several assistant coaching positions at Bogota High School for seven years and also was an assistant director for the school band and drama club, but was never a teacher. He was suspended Nov. 16 after school officials notified authorities about the allegations.

A telephone number for Boris could not be located Thursday.

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