Former Spur coach indicted for 'enticement of a minor' charge

Former Spur coach indicted for 'enticement of a minor' charge

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SPUR, Texas -

Charles Ray Fulmer, a former Spur ISD coach, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on one count of enticement of a minor.

According to the indictment, from about October 2016 through March 2017, Fulmer communicated with a 15 year old girl from Spur High School. It indicates he attempted to entice "Jane Doe" to engage in sexual activity with him. Jane Doe played in multiple sports, all of which Fulmer was her coach for.

Fulmer was arrested by a Texas Ranger on May 11, 2017, and his phone was seized. Messages from his iPhone addressed to and from Jane Doe were used as evidence.

The complaint states that the girl's mother used an app that tracked her messages. She saw inappropriate messages from Fulmer and confronted her daughter about them. The daughter admitted she and Fulmer were in a sexual relationship.

Fulmer was put on administrative leave after Spur ISD officials were notified of the messages. He is no longer employed by the district.

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