Bedford football coach accused of inappropriate relationship with student pleads not guilty

BEDFORD, Ohio -- A high school football coach accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student pleaded not guilty Friday.

Sean Williams, 43, was indicted for an alleged inappropriate sexual relationship.

A judge issued him $10,000 bond and set a March  4 pretrial.

This case was originally brought to Bedford police on October 24.

“Through investigation Detectives discovered evidence that there had been inappropriate sexual activity between a juvenile female student and Williams. Sean Williams is an employee of Bedford High School. A list of actual charges is pending, and will be released when it is available,” a press release from Bedford police stated.

Wiliams, who was hired in 2010, has since resigned from his position.

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