This Disgusting Central Texas Coach Was Arrested in an Underage Sex Sting
Central Texans are losing faith in their local public figures as more of them face arrest.
According to a report from our news partners at KWTX, Keneth LaMadrid, 40, was arrested on August 12 and booked into the McLennan county jail on charges of prostitution, prostitution of a minor, and criminal attempted sexual performance of a child.
LaMadrid is alleged to have responded to an advertisement placed by an undercover deputy on a "website known for prostitution and human trafficking.” The undercover deputy portrayed a woman and an underage girl available for prostitution. LaMadrid is said to have arranged a massage and sex with the two at a parking lot at the intersection of 19th Street and Lake Shore Dr.
“He wanted both females engaged in sex acts when he arrived,” the criminal complaint states, “He indicated he would enter the back of the vehicle and would engage in acts for the fee with the both the adult and juvenile.”
The coach arrived at the designated spot, and authorities state that he attempted to enter the decoy vehicle. Upon arrest, LaMadrid was found with the agreed upon amount for the sexual acts, and even the cellphone used in prior communication.
LaMadrid is a coach and teacher at China Springs High School. According to the school's website, LaMadrid teaches Aquatic Science/Speech, and is also one of the assistant coaches of the girls softball team and girls basketball team. In a Facebook post by the China Spring Cougar Athletics page that has since been removed, LaMadrid is said to have started in 2019.
Gross, gross, gross, gross, gross!
Coach LaMadrid has been placed on administrative leave, and district superintendent Marc Faulkner issued the following statement regarding the arrest:
“We say it often, but it bears repeating — the safety of our students is of the highest importance to our district. While this is the last thing we want for the start of our school year, we will remain committed to our academic mission and our values, even in the face of setbacks.”
For the full statement from Superintendent Faulkner, read below: