CHARLESTON -- Additional charges against a youth basketball program coach accuse him of sex acts with a second victim, apparently also a player he coached.
The bond for Barry S. Wolfe has also been increased so he would now have to post $500,000 to be released from jail.
Wolfe, 53, of Martinsville was arrested last week on charges that he engaged in sex acts with a girl he coached in 2014 and 2015 when she was 15 and 16 years old.
He was a coach and developer of the Central Illinois Storm, an area American Athletic Union basketball program for girls age 17 and younger in Illinois and Indiana.
On Friday, Coles County State's Attorney Brian Bower said the new charges are similar to the earlier ones and allege sex acts with a girl between 2013 and 2015.
As with the earlier charges, the new offenses include alleged criminal sexual assault, which allege sexual penetration with the girl while Wolfe was in a position of authority or supervision, Bower said.
A judge authorized the new bond amount when the additional charges were filed, Bower also said. He said Wolfe's bond conditions now include no contact with anyone who played in the basketball program or anyone younger than 18.
Those requirements were some of the requests in a bond motion Bower filed during a court hearing for Wolfe on Thursday. He said he wasn't certain if that motion will still be addressed at Wolfe's next hearing, scheduled for Nov. 16.
Before the additional charges were filed, Wolfe's bond had been at a level requiring $50,000 for release.
Asked if more charges against Wolfe are possible, Bower would only say that the investigation is continuing.
When they announced Wolfe's arrest last week, Mattoon police said the investigation covered multiple jurisdictions and several alleged victims were involved.
The sexual assault charges against Wolfe would require a prison sentence of four to 15 years if he's convicted.
The other charges are counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse alleging sexual contact with a victim younger than 17; some also include the allegation of Wolfe's position authority or supervision.
That offense can result in a three- to seven-year prison sentence with probation as an option with a conviction.