ReVille undergoes more psychological testing
By Natalie Caulancaula@abcnews4.com
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCIV) -- Louis "Skip" ReVille got another trip out of the Charleston County detention center recently -- a second psychological evaluation in Summerville.
According to court records, ReVille's attorney Craig Jones ordered ReVille to be transported from the jail to a forensic psychiatrist's office on March 2. On December 13, ReVille spent several hours undergoing an evaluation at the same doctor's office.
ReVille faces charges of criminal sexual conduct and lewd act on a minor by the Mt. Pleasant Police Department. Police say he molested or assaulted nine boys.
ReVille began working as a teacher or coach in 2002 at several schools around the Lowcountry. He taught at Pinewood Preparatory School in Summerville between 2002-2006. He volunteered, assisting a teacher for intramural basketball at Rollings Middle School in Summerville; coached tennis at Bishop England High School between 2008-2010; coached basketball for Mount Pleasant Recreation Department at Moultrie Middle School and most recently taught at Coastal Christian Preparatory School in Mount Pleasant from 2010-2011.
Attorneys in the case have said ReVille may have had up to 30 victims. More charges are expected to be filed.
ReVille has been in jail since his arrest on October 28. His bond is set at more than $1 million.
According to Charleston County Sheriff's Office officials, ReVille remains separated from the jail's general population, based on safety concerns.
At his last bond court hearing in November, Jones said ReVille had been cooperating with investigators. Jones also said in November there would probably not be a trial.
"He has indicated to me that he does not want to go to trial. He doesn't want the victims to relive anything," Jones said November 23rd after ReVille's second bond court hearing.
Whether that remains to be true and when he is expected to go before a judge, is still unclear.