Accused rapist turns himself in

LANA MUTHLER/THE EXPRESS Detective Richard Simpson and Lock Haven City Police Officer Paul Gramley escort Cole Gregory Black from Lock Haven City Hall to the Clinton County Correctional Facility on Tuesday morning.

From Staff Reports

LOCK HAVEN – Cole Gregory Black, who is accused of raping a 17-year-old girl, voluntarily turned himself in early Tuesday morning at the Lock Haven City Police Department.

A warrant for Black’s arrest was issued last Friday and saw him charged with rape, sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault, institutional sexual assault, two counts of corruption of minors and indecent assault.

Black is a Montoursville Area High School graduate who went on to attend Mansfield University. He was a music teacher at Bucktail Middle and High School in addition to coaching soccer. He was also a coach at the Penn United Soccer Club in State College.

Further information regarding this case will be available in tomorrow’s edition of The Express.


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