Former Holliday High Softball Coach Jailed For Improper Relationship with Student, Other Charges

    The former Holliday High School coach who resigned from his position Thursday is now formally charged for improper relations with a student.
    David Norris turned himself in to Archer County authorities at about one this afternoon.
    The 29-year-old is charged with one count of sexual assault of a child, two counts of indecency with a child, and three counts of improper relationship with a student.
    His bond was set at $1.5 million.
    He bonded out of jail shortly after being booked in today.
    Sergeant Simon Dwyer with the Archer County Sheriff's Office says, "Mr. Norris turned himself in on six felony warrants.  Three out of Archer, one out of Wichita, two out of Holliday PD."
    One count of improper relationship with a student is out of Wichita County.
    Sergeant Joe Snyder with the Wichita Falls Police Department says that's because an alleged offense occurred in Wichita County.
    Dwyer says the alleged offenses occurred over the past two years.
    He says they involved a girl who's now 17 and was 16 when the offenses started.
    Norris had been Holliday's softball coach the past four years.
    He was also listed as coaching junior varsity football and basketball.
    Holliday Superintendent Kevin Dyes says Norris resigned effective Thursday.
    His teaching certification is now under review by the Texas Education Agency.

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