Testimony continued on the second day in the statutory rape by an authority figure trial of a 16-year-old Wilson Central softball player by her former coach, Michael Shepard.
Testimony by the father of the victim in the case of a Wilson Central High School softball coach accused of two counts of statutory rape by an authority figure brought to light a number of things previously unknown by the public.
A criminal trial date was set Tuesday in the case of Michael Shepard, a former teacher and softball coach at Wilson Central High School who was charged last summer with statutory rape.
A court date for Michael Shepard, a former Wilson Central High School teacher and softball coach who is accused of statutory rape, was rescheduled this week.
Shepard, 36, pleaded not guilty to the two charges he faces of statutory rape by an authority figure.
Michael Shepard, a former teacher and softball coach at Wilson Central High School, had his trial date moved Monday in Wilson County criminal court.