Two more people have come forward with allegations against a high school track coach in Stafford County who was arrested Wednesday on charges involving a minor.
Delvin Ladon Jackson, 37, the interim track coach and a security guard at Colonial Forge High School, is charged with three counts of soliciting prostitution from a boy under the age of 16. According to his arrest records, the offenses took place in August 2017.
Sheriff’s spokeswoman Amanda Vicinanzo said that since Jackson’s arrest Wednesday, two more people have come forward to claim wrongdoing on his part. Vicinanzo declined to detail the nature of the allegations and would not say if the new accusers are male or female, adults or minors or if they had any connection to Colonial Forge.
“This investigation is in its very early stages and our detectives do not want to release too much information at this point,” Vicinanzo said.
Vicinanzo did say that the charges Jackson is already facing stem from an investigation that began when the parents of the alleged victim contacted the Sheriff’s Office after talking with their child.
Jackson was placed in the Rappahannock Regional Jail on Wednesday after being interviewed at the Sheriff’s Office. Jail records show that he was later transferred to the Northern Neck Regional Jail.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 1 in Stafford Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court.
Jackson’s boys and girls track teams recently won district and regional championships. He is on administrative leave from Colonial Forge pending the outcome of his case.
The charges Jackson is facing carry maximum penalties of 10 years in prison.
This story was updated to clarify information about Jackson's incarceration.