3 Educators Arrested After Allegedly Buying Cocaine

POSTED: 05:55 PM MST Dec 10, 2012    UPDATED: 12:33 PM MDT Mar 19, 2014 
EL PASO, Texas -

Court documents show that three educators were arrested in drug cases last week.

One of the men, 62-year-old Michael Beltran, a baseball coach at Cathedral High School, resigned from the school Monday.

Drug Enforcement Administration officials along with El Paso County Sheriff's deputies arrested Beltran Saturday for possession of cocaine.

According to court documents, undercover agents saw Beltran enter the passenger side of a pickup truck in a parking lot on the 1900 block of George Dieter. He allegedly bought a small bag filled with cocaine, documents state.

On Thursday, DEA agents also arrested Raul Gomez and Joe Paul Solis for possession of cocaine.

Gomez is a coach at Del Valle High School and Solis is a counselor at Frank Macias Elementary School.

Gomez and Solis allegedly bought the cocaine at a house in east El Paso under surveillance.