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Softball Coach Accused Of Sexual Relationship With Player

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Kevin Jones, 34, is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old girl. (Courtesy: Falls Township Police Department) Kevin Jones, 34, is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old girl. (Courtesy: Falls Township Police Department)
FALLS TWP., Pa. -

A Bucks County softball coach stands accused of having a sexual relationship with one of his 15-year-old players.

According to a Falls Township police affidavit, 34-year-old Kevin Jones is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old girl that he met while coaching a Levittown softball team.

According to the police report, the child claims to have had sexual encounters at Jones' home, some of which happened while his kids were inside.

Jones is a married father of two.

The relationship reportedly began in 2011 and continued up until two weeks ago, when she told her mother. She told police.

When police arrived at the mobile home where Jones lived, it was engulfed in flames.

Falls Township police say the girl tipped off Jones about the warrant.

"We did learn after that subsequently checking various emails and stuff that the female victim did tip off Mr. Jones and stated that 'They're coming.' So we don't know if it was an accidental fire or an intentional fire at this time," police said.

The two exchanged some 1,400 messages, many professing their love for each other.

Jones is now behind bars on $2 million cash bail.

Investigators say there may be other victims. Anyone with information on the case is urged to call police.

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