GREENE COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - The Bloomfield School Superintendent has commented on a former coach facing charges.
It's a story we first brought you on Tuesday.
We now know Terry Gilmore has been released from jail after posting bond.
According to court documents, Gilmore was a golf coach. Three families accused him of misconduct at his pizza shop.
They said he was naked and exposing himself to girls.
On Wednesday, we received a brief statement from Superintendent Jeff Gibboney.
It says: "We became aware of allegations of misconduct. The school district promptly terminated his employment and has since been cooperating with law enforcement in their investigation. It is now a police matter and all questions should be directed to law enforcement or the Green County Prosecutor’s Office."
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