High school swim coach charged with alleged sexual assault of 3 female students in Orange County: DA
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via KTLA:

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. -- (KTLA) -- A high school water polo and swim coach was charged Friday with the sexual assault of three female students between the ages of 14 and 16, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office reported.

Joshua Christopher Owens, 23, of La Palma, was charged with one felony count of oral copulation of a minor under 16, one felony count of digital penetration of a minor and six misdemeanor counts of child annoyance, according to an OCDA news release.

Prosecutors said at the time of the alleged crimes, Owens was employed as a part-time water polo and swim coach at Kennedy High School in La Palma, as well as a seasonal lifeguard in Long Beach.

FULL STORY: High School Swim Coach Charged With Alleged Sexual Assault of 3 Female Students in Orange County: DA - KTLA

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