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IOWA CITY (KWWL) -  A March trial has been scheduled for a former high school coach in Iowa City who police say tried to pull a handgun after his vehicle was pulled over.
   Court records say 31-year-old Edgar Arceo has pleaded not guilty to a weapons charge and a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. His trial is scheduled to begin on March 3.
   Arceo's vehicle was pulled over the night of Nov. 26. Police say that when officers approached Arceo he reached into a pocket and began pulling out a pistol. Police say an officer stopped him and took away the loaded weapon.
   City High School principal John Bacon says Arceo has quit his coaching job and quit as director of the Student Advisory Center.

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