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Serving a Search Warrant

Wednesday morning at the home of former Bishop Luers head football coach. Video by Swikar Patel.

Photos by Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Allen County sheriff's officers execute the search warrant on the home of former Bishop Luers' head football coach Matt Lindsay on Wednesday morning in the 2500 block of East Drive.

Police search Matt Lindsay home

Swikar Patel The Journal Gazette
Former Bishop Luers football head coach Matt Lindsay seen leaving his Fort Wayne home at the 2500 block of East Drive Wednesday morning after a search warrant was executed on his home. Photo by Swikar Patel.

Police this morning were serving a search warrant at the home of former Bishop Luers football coach Matt Lindsay.

No further information was immediately available.

Last week, the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend announced it had terminated Lindsay -- who originally said he'd taken a leave from the team for personal reasons -- because inappropriate videos featuring students and others were found on his school computer.

The Allen County Sheriff's Department is investigating whether the videos on Lindsay's computer warrant criminal charges.

The videos were found Sept. 12, Lindsay was fired Sept. 14. The Allen County Sheriff's Department said it received a report about the videos Sept. 18, but the diocese says it left a voicemail message at the sheriff's department earlier than that.

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