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Former Lindenwood University assistant football coach accused of selling drugs

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Kenneth Sims, a former assistant football coach at Lindedwood University, is accused of possessing and selling marijuana. Credit: Lindenwood University Kenneth Sims, a former assistant football coach at Lindedwood University, is accused of possessing and selling marijuana. Credit: Lindenwood University
ST. CHARLES, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

A former assistant football coach at Lindenwood University is facing charges for allegedly dealing marijuana.

Kenneth Sims II is charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute.

Police say they searched the home of another man and Sims’ vehicle. Inside the car, officers say they found four baggies and two jars with marijuana, a box of sandwich baggies and a scale.

Officers interviewed the homeowner of the home that was searched and he allegedly told police he bought marijuana from Sims.

Sims recently resigned his coaching position.

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