Eagan coach resigns amid police investigation into summer camp finances

Eagan police are looking into claims of financial wrongdoings at summer sports camps that longtime basketball coach Kurt Virgin supervised. The district placed Virgin on leave in November while conducting its own investigation. City police became aware of the allegations last week and launched their own investigation.
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Eagan police are looking into claims of financial wrongdoings at summer sports camps that longtime basketball coach Kurt Virgin supervised. The district placed Virgin on leave in November while conducting its own investigation. City police became aware of the allegations last week and launched their own investigation.

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