Michigan travel softball coach arrested, accused of sexual assault

Michigan travel softball coach arrested, accused of sexual assault

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Michigan travel softball coach arrested, accused of sexual assault

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SPRING LAKE, MICH. — A 44-year-old softball coach has been arrested for alleged sexual assault.

Thomas Barnes Galloway, of Spring Lake Township, was taken into custody Monday morning. Deputies say the investigation began more than two weeks ago, and the case remains under investigation.

Galloway is the founder and operator of the West Michigan fast pitch softball organization, the Michigan Sabercats. The travel organization coaches girls on multiple teams from ages 8-18.

The victim and former player was 13 at the time of the alleged assault.

A letter distributed by the Sabercats organization to parents reads that Galloway was removed from his current coaching and board positions, including removing him from the website and social media accounts.

“This emergency committee remains in place with the priority to protect and educate the players in absolute hopes of preventing any form of this from occurring in any aspect of life,” the letter reads, in part.

 

 

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