Soccer Coach Abuse Charges Dropped

DA cites lack of evidence for abuse charges

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    A former Chula Vista soccer coach accused of molesting a teenager is free because of  insufficient evidence, according to the District Attorney's office.

    Luiz Roberto Raymundo, 62, a transient who lived in his motor home, used to coach soccer to a group of teens.

    Raymundo was arrested last April and charged with oral copulation, sodomy and eight felony counts.

    The former coach has been acquitted, after the district attorney’s office said that there wasn’t enough evidence to pursue the case.
     

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