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Jason Ray Grant, a onetime Fort Mill wrestling coach who is accusing of leaving his four kids alone in a truck for hours while he was slumped in a store bathroom where police found drugs and paraphernalia, admitted in court Monday that he has a drug problem. Judge John C. Hayes III gave Grant a last chance to avoid a 10-year prison sentence by getting inpatient drug treatment. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
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