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Baylor School head soccer coach Jimmy Weekley. Times Free press photo Baylor School head soccer coach Jimmy Weekley. Times Free press photo
CHATTANOOGA, TN (Times Free Press) -

A Baylor School head soccer coach faces a charge of solicitation after he was issued a citation last week during a police sting at a local hotel near Shallowford Road and Interstate 75.

Jimmy Weekley, 44, who coaches girls varsity soccer at Baylor School and is one of the winningest high school soccer coaches in the state, allegedly went to meet a woman he found on an online ad soliciting sex. He has resigned from the school.

"In a weak moment, I made a poor decision. I have hurt my wife and my family, and disgraced my employer and team by my actions. I accept full responsibility. Toward that end, I have entered family counseling and have tendered my resignation to Baylor School. I apologize and deeply regret my actions and those I have hurt and whose trust I have broken," said Jimmy Weekley in a released statement.

In the same sting, 65-year-old CARTA Director of Southeast Region Mobility Jim Queen also was cited.

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