Ex-Fallon softball coach sentenced to 75 days in jail

Kim Lamb/LVN photo

Kim Lamb/LVN photo

FALLON " A former Fallon softball coach who supplied alcohol for her daughter's party last year will spend more than two months in jail.

District Court Judge David Huff sentenced Tami Peel on Tuesday to 45 days in jail on five misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and 30 days in jail for felony child endangerment.

The 38-year-old Peel was charged with the misdemeanors for providing alcohol to a number of minors at the party in January 2008. She was charged with the felony for allowing her daughter to attend the party.

The state attorney general's office is still investigating allegations that a 15-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by as many as five boys at the party.

Teen to be arraigned in sex with minor

The son of a Fallon judge was bound over to District Court on Tuesday morning on a charge of statutory seduction of a minor.

Jeff Lister, 19, showed little emotion when Justice of the Peace Richard Glasson ruled that there is enough evidence that Lister had sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl.

Lister will be arraigned in district court on April 28.

" Nevada Appeal News and Wire services


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