Carl Kearney, Jr. : “Spalding High Football Coach Charged with Murder Denied Bond”

In a tragic incident that has shocked the community, a Spalding High School football coach, Carl Kearney, Jr., has been charged with murder after confessing to strangling his girlfriend, Patrina Best. The 43-year-old coach, who has been at the helm of the school’s varsity football team since 2020, will remain in jail after being denied bond in Maryland.

Background Information:
The incident took place at Best’s home in Maryland, where Kearney allegedly committed the heinous act. Kearney, a former football player for Georgia Southern University, has been credited with turning around Spalding High’s football program and recently won an award for the most improved winning team in Class 4A.

Previous Incidents:
Further digging into court records revealed that Kearney had a previous arrest in 2015 in Florida for domestic violence, although those charges were ultimately dropped. This raises questions about his past behavior and whether there were warning signs that were overlooked.

Lack of Response:
Despite the serious nature of the charges against Kearney, Spalding High School has remained silent on the matter. It is unclear how the school will address the situation and what steps will be taken regarding Kearney’s position as head football coach.

Appeal for Information:
Authorities are urging anyone with information about the case to come forward and contact the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Homicide Unit at (301) 516-2512. The investigation is ongoing, and more details may emerge as the case unfolds.

The community is left reeling from this tragic turn of events, as they grapple with the shocking news of a beloved coach being involved in such a horrific crime. The impact of Kearney’s actions will undoubtedly be felt for a long time to come.

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