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AG says coach owes for canceled camp

The baseball coach at Coeur d’Alene High School is accused of canceling a sports camp and keeping the money of four people who’d signed up.

The Idaho Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit against Nicholas Rook Wednesday, asking that he pay a $20,000 fine over four complaints about his private business, Top Guns Development Camps, a training academy for aspiring baseball players.

Read the rest of my story in tomorrow’s Spokesman-Review. Read more about Rook here.


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