HANAHAN, S.C. (WCIV) -- Following a meeting among law enforcement jurisdictions on Thursday, Hanahan police believe they will file at least six charges against Louis "Skip" ReVille in connection to child molestation claims.
ReVille lived in Hanahan and some of the incidents are believed to have happened in his home.
Investigators say ReVille originally confessed to sexually assaulting three teenagers when questioned in October. Since, he has acquired two additional charges.
That means, if charges are filed in Hanahan, his list of victims could grow from five to as high as 11.
ReVille worked as an assistant upper school principal at Coastal Christian Preparatory School. He also had worked as a tennis coach at Bishop England High School and coached at Moultrie Middle School, Velocity Sports Performance and the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department.
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