Former Eagan coach facing felony charges

Kurt Virgin is charged with six counts of theft by swindle and accused of taking nearly $30,000 from the school district. The former high school boys basketball and soccer coach resigned in January following a financial investigation into a sports camp he supervised.
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Kurt Virgin is charged with six counts of theft by swindle and accused of taking nearly $30,000 from the school district. The former high school boys basketball and soccer coach resigned in January following a financial investigation into a sports camp he supervised.

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