Wednesday, July 11, 2001

Charge: Stalker broke probation

By Marie McCain
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A 32-year-old woman who coached soccer and was convicted in April of stalking one of her players will return to court today after accusations she violated her probation.

        Lisa C. Dunaway of Covedale is expected to appear before Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Mark R. Schweikert.

        Ms. Dunaway had pleaded guilty to felony menacing. She had been accused of harassing a 15-year-old player on the soccer team she coached for St. Antoninus School in Covedale.

        Ms. Dunaway was sentenced May 31 to serve five years probation and 10 days in jail. She was also ordered to stay away from the boy and his family.

        On June 22 a warrant was issued for her arrest after she failed to report for a probation meeting.

        The boy's parents reported spotting Ms. Dunaway while they were shopping, eating at a restaurant and on a visit to Paramount's Kings Island, authorities said.


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