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High school golf coach arrested on suspicion of having sex with student

A golf coach at Moreno Valley High School was arrested Thursday on suspicion of having sex with a 17-year-old student.

The suspect, David Brohamer, has been a teacher at the Riverside County school since 2006 and coaches boys’ and girls’ golf.

According to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, on May 24 a student told a school resource officer that Brohamer was having a relationship with a student at the school.

Detectives tracked down the student and “confirmed an inappropriate sexual relationship occurred between Mr. Brohamer and the victim,’’ according to a statement released by the law enforcement agency. Investigators determined that the relationship began when the victim was 17 and continued for several months.


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