Sandy Springs Coach and Former NFL Player Jailed for Public Indecency

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    Mount Vernon Presbyterian School’s head coach Reginald Burnette was arrested on Jan. 29 for public indecency and has been put on indefinite leave by the school.

    Cobb County police spokesman Officer Mike Bowman said Reginald Burnette was arrested for allegedly exposing himself to an adult female in an east Cobb Subdivision.
    Burnette, who played three years in the NFL for Green Bay and Tampa Bay and was an all-American at the University of Houston, is out of jail on $1000 bond.

    Mount Vernon spokeswoman Allison Toller said the school placed Burnette on leave until his case is adjudicated.

    The Sandy Springs school headmaster Brett Jacobsen informed parents of the alleged incident – that did not involve any school students or employees – via a letter.

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