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Ice Skating Coach Arrested on Charges of Molesting Young Boy

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An ice skating coach who taught throughout the Los Angeles area was arrested on Friday on charges that he molested a boy who he once taught, according to a release sent by the LA Sheriff's Department.

The victim, who's now 17, reportedly told a friend about the abuse that he said happened while he was between the ages of 12 and 15. Aft the friend's encouragement, he reported the ongoing incidents, and Donald Vincent, 29, was taken into custody.

The abuse allegedly happened while Vincent was living in Hacienda Heights.

Vincent is being held on $1 million bail. Police believe that he may have had other vicitims. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Sheriff’s Special Victims Bureau at (877) 710-5273.