A former Knox High School teacher and basketball coach has pleaded not guilty to charges of child seduction and official misconduct, that's according to our reporting partners at WKVI Radio.
Todd Boldry, 39, was arrested late last month amid allegations of sexual misconduct with a student that occurred as early as 2007.
According to the Starke County Prosecutor's Office, Boldry is accused of having an inappropriate relationship on high school grounds with a then 17-year-old girl, and fathering her now two-year-old son.
Knox Community School superintendent A.J. Gappa suspended Boldry with pay from his current teaching position at Knox Middle School pending further investigation.
The school board is expected to approve that action during its Wednesday meeting.
Boldry is currently being held on $100,000 dollars bond. If convicted, he could face up to six years in prison.