Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator announced today the arrest of Southwood High School softball coach Gregory Lee Frazier for his sexual involvement with students over the past 16 years. Frazier was arrested following a traffic stop at Kingston Road and Francais Drive. He was booked into Caddo Correctional Center on a warrant charging him with four counts of molestation of juveniles, and his bond was set at $100,000 - $25,000 on each count. Caddo Sheriff’s Juvenile Detective David Robinson conducted the investigation and obtained the warrant with the assistance of Assistant District Attorney Hugo Holland. Robinson began looking into allegations that Frazier had acted improperly with student athletes after a parent filed a complaint with Sheriff Prator. The warrant charges Frazier with kissing and touching at least four underage female students between 1991 and 2007. The activities occurred on school property. Police say at least two of the students admitted having long-term relationships with Frazier and visiting him repeatedly at his home for sex. Authorities say the first case, which occurred in the early 1990s, involved a 15-year-old girl who began seeing the then 30-year-old Frazier after he kissed her following a sports clinic. What followed was reportedly a lengthy relationship between the two with repeated meetings at Frazier’s home where they engaged in sexual activity. The second victim told authorities she also had a sexual relationship with Frazier in the early 1990s. Police say Frazier first became involved with the girl when she was 14 after he kissed her following a school event. Authorities they met for sex at his apartment several times a week for the next three years. The third victim said Frazier always paid “special attention” to her and kissed her when he found her alone in the coach’s office. On school road trips, he invited her to his hotel room and also engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with her on the school bus. The fourth victim reported Frazier to authorities when he made inappropriate statements to her, hugged her, and touched her stomach and back. Prator said the investigation is ongoing, and detectives plan to interview more potential victims. Anyone with additional information is urged to contact the Caddo Sheriff’s Office at 675-2170 or Detective Robinson at 681-0700.