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Former YSU coach who pled guilty to drug dealing violates probation again

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- A former Youngstown State University assistant softball coach who was fired and placed on probation after illegally selling oxcodone has violated probation again.

Gina Rango, 29, of New Middletown was placed on probation after pleading guilty to illegal sales of the drug in 2010.

According to court officials, Rango failed another drug test.  

She had violated her probation last year as well after the court found drugs in her system during a required drug test.

A standout softball player at Boardman High School, Rango was hired as assistant softball coach at YSU before losing the job after pleading guitly to the drug charges.

 

 

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