New Jersey fencing coach accused of sexually assaulting 2 teens dies in jail


A New Jersey fencing instructor died in a jail over the weekend after being charged in October with sexually assaulting two teens.

Stephen M. Kovacs, 49, was being held at the Somerset County jail since December, when his bail was revoked, according to NJ.com.

His attorney, Jim Wronko, told Fox News Digital that Kovacs died in the jail over the weekend.

According to the news outlet, Kovacs originally had a court hearing scheduled on Tuesday, and Wronko had planned to plead not guilty on behalf…



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