MULLINS, SC (WMBF) - The head football coach at Mullins High School is on administrative leave while police investigate allegations against him.
Marion School District 2 Superintendent Michael Lupo said coach Gregory Hill was put on leave Thursday. Lupo said students made allegations of inappropriate behavior against Hill.He would not elaborate on the behavior.
Hill is a global studies teacher and the athletic director at Mullins High School. This is his first year at the school. He previously taught at Palmetto Elementary School and Palmetto Middle School.
Mullins Police Chief Kenneth Davis said he interviewed several people as part of the investigation Friday. He did not provide further details.
The State Law Enforcement Division is also involved in the investigation. Hill will remain on leave until the investigation is complete. He will not coach football during that time.