Former Banks softball coach arrested on child sex abuse charges
Detectives with the Washington County Sheriff's Office have arrested a former Banks High School assistant softball coach for multiple child sex abuse crimes.
On Monday morning, Dec. 2, detectives arrested 22-year-old Madison Soper after they executed a search warrant in the 14300 block of Northwest Nehalem Highway, signed as Highway 47, just north of Banks.
The search warrant was related to an investigation of an inappropriate relationship between an adult and a minor.
"Detectives are concerned there may be additional victims," the Sheriff's Office added in a statement.
Soper was a volunteer assistant softball coach with the team during the 2016-17 school year.
She has been booked into the Washington County Jail and is facing charges using a child in display of sexually explicit conduct, first-degree online sexual corruption of a minor, luring a minor, second-degree sexual abuse and third-degree sexual abuse.
Her bail has been set at $250,000.
Anyone with relevant information is asked to contact detectives at 503-846-2500.
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