KANSAS - An assistant boys and girls track coach for Lakota High School did not finish the season after he admitted he sold marijuana to students at Fremont Ross High School.
According to a report from Fremont Police Department, an officer received information that Kenneth A. Morrisette, 31, of Fremont, had been selling marijuana to students attending Fremont Ross. Morrisette stopped at the station May 8 to talk with the officer and admitted he had sold the drug to a couple of students "as a matter of stupidity," it states.
Morrisette was apologetic and assured the officer he would discontinue the practice, it states.
As of May 10, no charges were to be filed. There were no witnessed drug purchases, the report states.
Jim Kelly, Lakota's athletic director, said Morrisette was suspended for the rest of the season about four weeks ago.