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Linton-Stockton Basketball Coach Suspended Following Second Alcohol Related Arrest

The boys’ basketball coach for Linton-Stockton has been suspended following his second arrest on an alcohol related offense in three months.

Joseph Hart was most recently arrested Saturday in Shelbyville for Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated.

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The 50-year-old Hart was previously arrested for Public Intoxication back in December in Clay County after he was found passed out in his car.

According to a statement from Superintendent Dr. Kathy Goad, Hart, has been suspended indefinitely and Assistant Coach Noah Hawkins will take over the head coaching duties immediately and until further notice.

As reported by WWBL