PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – Charges were dropped against the former boys’ basketball coach at Gateway High School Tuesday morning.

Mitch Adams was in court for a preliminary hearing this morning. He had been accused of threatening his neighbor.

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Today in court, charges of making terroristic threats and harassment were dropped.

Adams led the team to championships in 2011 and 2012, and had been a basketball coach at the school for nine years.

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He resigned from the school in August.

Adams was charged by Trafford Police on Aug. 11 over an incident that occurred near his home on July 13.

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