Former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson has again been charged with wanton endangerment in the death of a player last year. A Jefferson County grand jury returned the indictment Tuesday. Stinson already faces a charge of reckless homicide in the August, 2008 death of 15 year old Max Gilpin, who collapsed… Continue reading Stinson Reindicted On Wanton Endangerment Charge
A Jefferson County grand jury has returned a second felony indictment against former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson. Stinson is now also charged with wanton endangerment in the August, 2008 death of 15 year old PRP player Max Gilpin, who collapsed from heat stroke during practice and died several days later.… Continue reading Stinson Faces Second Charge In Player's Death
Jefferson County Public Schools officials say they will release a report on their investigation into last year’s heat-related death of a Pleasure Ridge Park High School football player Wednesday morning. Fifteen year old Max Gilpin died three days after he collapsed at the end of a practice in the August heat. His former coach, Jason… Continue reading JCPS To Release Report On Player's Death
Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson has entered a plea of not guilty to a reckless homicide charge in the heat-related death of one of his players. Stinson was indicted last week in the August death of 15 year old Max Gilpin. The sophomore PRP player collapsed during practice and died… Continue reading PRP Coach Pleads Not Guilty
The head coach of Louisville’s Pleasure Ridge Park High School football team has been indicted on a reckless homicide charge in connection with the death of a player who collapsed at practice last summer. Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Dave Stengel says a grand jury returned the indictment against coach David Stinson Thursday. P-R-P sophomore Max… Continue reading PRP Football Coach Indicted In Player's Death
A recent spate of heat-related collapses raises questions about how well student athletes are being protected.