Channel 2's Nefertiti Jaquez reports.
“Roswell police worked closely with the Fulton County Schools police to take Paris into custody as quickly as possible,” Roswell police spokeswoman Officer Lisa Holland told AJC.com.
Channel 2 Action News reported that Paris taught social studies at Chattahoochee, where he was arrested Monday.
In addition to the charges in Fulton, Paris faces a charge in Cobb County. There, he is wanted on another charge of enticing a child, according to the warrant.
Paris was a coach for Chattahoochee’s swimming and diving team. The team’s page was removed Monday afternoon.
He was also listed as head coach of the swim team at Mill Glen Swim and Tennis Club in Dunwoody, coaching the main team and the "preteam," according to online records.
Authorities said they believe this is an isolated incident. However, police asked other potential victims to contact Roswell police at 770-640-4100.