Ringling educator collapses in court
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) — Ringling High School Principal and head football coach Philip Koons was forced to leave court on Wednesday after reportedly suffering a seizure while being cross-examined. An ambulance was called, and the court was recessed to meet at a later date.
Koons was in Jefferson County Court in an attempt to withdraw his no contest plea. He is charged with outraging public decency.
The hearing is scheduled to resume on March 12.
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