MCCRACKEN COUNTY, Ky. -- A sex scandal rocks a western Kentucky high school.
Former and current administrators and a student at McCracken County High School in Paducah, Kentucky are accused of sex crimes including sexual abuse and sending inappropriate pictures.
The sheriff says they are investigating four separate incidents involving the school's former athletics director, a former fishing coach, a teacher and a student.
McCracken County authorities say the school was alerted to at least two of the incidents, but did not report them to police.
Principal Michael Ceglinski has been suspended and charged with official misconduct and failure to report abuse.