FOX5 has confirmed with Clark County School District police that a volunteer basketball coach at Shadow Ridge High School has been charged with sex-related crimes.
According to her inmate listing on Clark County Detention Center's website, Angela Hensey, 24, is charged with two counts of sex with a pupil and one count of luring a child.
Clark County School District Police say Hensey was an unpaid volunteer coach, but she went through the same background checks and screening as paid employees.
Hensey started her position at Shadow Ridge in December, according to police, and in January was reported by other teachers for having an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old female student.
"They just felt that something inappropriate was there. There was rides being given by the coach, which started the investigation," said Sgt. Mitch Maciszak. He says the relationship was consensual and sexual in nature. Maciszak added that multiple text messages were exchanged between Hensey and the student.
CCSD police are also looking into the possibility that Hensey had an inappropriate relationship with another 15-year-old female student.
Hensey was uncooperative during the investigation, according to police.
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