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abc-alphabet-blackboard-265076-300x201High school assistant basketball coach Michael Herbert Cohen was arrested on February 6 for allegedly engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a student.

Cohen, 26, was an assistant coach for the girls basketball team as well as a behavioral and special needs assistant at Santaluces High School in Lantana, Florida.

He is charged with offenses against a student by an authority figure. His bond was set at $3,000, and he was ordered to stay away from the student, the school, or any minor, according to court documents. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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adult-alcoholic-arms-174936-300x225R&B singer Marcus Ramone Cooper, aka Pleasure P, was arrested on December 28 for allegedly driving at a high rate of speed while under the influence of alcohol.

Cooper, 34, is charged with DUI, reckless driving, resisting arrest without violence, and driving with a suspended license. He was taken to Miami-Dade County Jail and was released some hours later. The press did not name an attorney for him.

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adult-architecture-brick-212288-300x209The head soccer coach at Somerset Academy in Pembroke Pines, Florida was arrested last Friday after he allegedly sent suggestive text messages and nude images of himself to a female student.

Owen Cleveland Gayle, 38, of Davie faces five charges, including use of a computer to solicit a child, promoting the sexual performance of a child, and transmission of harmful material to a minor. He is being held at Broward County’s Main Jail on $125,000 bond. The press did not name a lawyer for him.

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Mayor Joy Cooper of Hallandale Beach, Florida was arrested on public corruption charges after she allegedly received illegal campaign contributions from undercover FBI agents.

Cooper faces felony charges of official misconduct, money laundering, and exceeding campaign contribution limits, as well as a misdemeanor for soliciting contributions in a government building. She surrendered to authorities and was released from Broward Jail after posting bail.

According to the state attorney’s office, the undercover FBI agents who gave Cooper the illegal campaign contributions posed as wealthy developers and business owners. They reportedly met the mayor through former attorney and lobbyist Alan Koslow.

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