Former Willard Coach Formally Charged with Sex Crimes Involving Soccer Player

The former head coach of the Willard High School soccer teams has now been formally charged in connection with accusations they engaged in sexual behavior with a student a decade ago.

A felony complaint filed in Greene County Circuit Court charges 49-year-old Tim Magee with three counts of statutory sodomy in the second degree, a class C felony which could bring a sentence upon conviction of three to ten years.

According to the probable cause statement, the victim stated that she met Magee in spring 2008 when she was chosen for the JV soccer team. Over the next year, the two communicated through “school activities, text messages and phone calls.”

In mid-2009, the victim would go to Magee’s home on Saturday mornings between 7 and 9 a.m. when Magee’s wife would go to work and engage in sexual activities with Magee. The sexual relationship ended when the girl’s family moved out of state.

Magee admitted to police during questioning that he had engaged in sexual activities with the girl in his home. He said that he maintained contact with the girl “for about a year after she moved away.”

Magee also told police hd was accused of having “an affair” with a student at Rio Rancho High School in New Mexico, where had worked as a special education teacher. He said the school investigated the matter and “nothing came of it.” The victim in the Willard case said that Magee told her when he attended a reunion in New Mexico he planned to “hook up with a former student.”

Magee has no attorney listed in Missouri Casenet. Bond is set at $25,000.

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