Former Coach Gets Franklin Co. Charges Dropped; Still Facing Charge In Coffee Co.

Bradley Newton Weir

Bradley Newton Weir

Brad Weir, the former Coffee County teacher and baseball coach recently had domestic violence charges conditionally dismissed in Franklin County.
Weir, 44 now living in East Ridge, TN was arrested on charges that were the result of an alleged incident that occurred May 3 at the Bluegill Grill on Tims Ford Lake.
Weir’s domestic violence charge was dismissed after a conference with the victims, Kellie Campbell and Larry Campbell.
Weir’s case will be continued on June 7, 2016, and if there are no further problems the case will be totally dismissed.
Weir was ordered to stay away from the Campbell’s family.
According to the report by Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputy Troy Parsons, Weir got into an argument with his ex-girlfriend’s husband on May 3 and also allegedly threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend, her husband and anyone who might be in the nearby restaurant.
Weir left the area, but was found a few days later in Hamilton County.
Weir is still facing a charge in Coffee County of statutory rape by an authority figure of a 15 year-old female.