Judge won’t send former NC coach convicted of molestation back to jail

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Raymond Green (WTVD-TV)

RALEIGH, N.C. — Parents of five girls molested by a former Wake County coach expressed anger Thursday after a judge refused to send him back to jail.

WTVD-TV reported that Raymond Green was a girls’ softball coach for several leagues in Wake County and spent three years as a coach with the Raleigh’s Parks and Recreation Department prior to his arrest in 2012.

He was convicted in December 2012 of molesting five of his players and his jail sentence was suspended in lieu of three years of probation.

One of the conditions of probation was that Green have no contact with his victims and their families.

He was in court again Thursday because police say he walked into a Raleigh used car dealership last month where the father of one of the girls worked.

He left the building but stayed in the parking lot until a manager told him to leave.

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