Texas Coach Lands in Jail after Multiple Students Reported Sexual Activity and Abusive Behavior

The United States Attorney’s Office said on Monday that a former youth baseball coach was given 40 years in federal jail for violating laws against child exploitation. The man is identified as Adam Dale Isaacks, 40, from Lumberton.

He admitted to four counts of transporting a child for sexual activity, according to a news release.

A news release said that Isaacks, who used to coach youth baseball and be president of the Evadale Little League Baseball group, was identified as the person who sexually assaulted several minors in 2021.

A release says that eight kids on Isaacks’ baseball team said that he had sexually abused them. There were players between the ages of 9 and 11 involved in the attacks.

The investigation found that Isaacks took several minors out of the state and “engaged in illicit sexual conduct with the minor victims.”

“We expect our little league coaches to protect the kids we trust them with,” U.S. Attorney Damien M. Diggs said. “This defendant did not do that and will now serve a long sentence.”

Recently, crimes against children have been rising. In many cases, the perpetrator is not a stranger. Parents are advised to talk to their children so that they can tell them about any inappropriate activity or behavior.

Recently, a 12-year-old girl was molested by a man. The man was on parole from a child molestation case. The man was arrested again by the authorities.

12-year-old Molested by Man on Parole from Child Molestation Sentence in Texas; Arrested Again by Authorities