A J.L. Mann High School teacher was arrested Friday afternoon during a prostitution sting, WSPA reported January 3.
Jamie Matthew Crisp, who is a teacher, as well as a football coach for the school, was charged with misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution after arranging a meeting using the internet.
Crisp allegedly made arrangements online with an undercover deputy with Greenville County Sheriff's Department to meet a prostitute and exchange money for sex.
Lt. Ty Miller of the Greenville County Sheriff's Officer told WSPA that Crisp was taken into custody around 5p.m. Friday.
The penalty if convicted of misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution is 30 days in jail or a $200 fine.
Readers, how do you feel the J.L. Mann should handle the arrest? Should Crisp lose his position as teacher and coach, or is this a situation where the place of employment should just step back since Crisp wasn't on the clock or on school property at the time of his arrest?
Your comments are welcome.