June 11, 2009

Worst Little League Coach Ever

Casey can no longer accuse me of being the worst possible candidate for a Little League Baseball Coach.

Snohomish County sheriff's deputies were called to one of the players' homes after the boy told his stepfather that his coach had taken him along to break into a shop in Arlington, Okoloko wrote.

The stepfather was angry that an adult would use the boys to commit a crime, and, even worse, "that the adult was his son's baseball coach," Okoloko wrote.

The boy told investigators that [George] Spady's son crawled through a vent on the back side of the shop and unlocked the door for his father. Spady, his son and Spady's nephew then went inside and came out with light fixtures and some other items, according to court documents.

The boy told investigators that Spady yelled at him to go inside and grab more from the shop, and told him to hurry up because he saw a truck drive by, Okoloko wrote.

I don't know what all the fuss is about, I'm sure this was just a team-building activity along the same lines as going out for ice cream or holding a car wash to raise money for uniforms. That is, if they held up the ice cream stand at gunpoint or used the car wash as a front for a car-jacking ring.

Either or, this just goes to show you how much we should actually trust parents/youth sports coaches.

(And if you didn't catch my sarcasm, they're all rat bat freakin' crazy)

1 comment:

  1. What's wrong with a coach being resourceful?