ReVille facing 6 more charges

Louis ReVille

Admitted molester Louis "Skip" ReVille is due back in bond court this morning to face allegations that he sexually abused four more children in Mount Pleasant, bringing the number of alleged victims there to nine.

Detectives served ReVille, 32, with arrest warrants on six more molestation counts late Tuesday, Capt. Stan Gragg said. He would not describe the charges or provide specifics on the allegations.

ReVille, a former coach, educator and Bible study leader, had already been charged with molesting five boys in town. He was arrested Oct. 28 and remains in the Charleston County jail with bail set at more than $1 million.

Also Tuesday, Hanahan police revealed more details about separate allegations against ReVille in their community.

Lt. Michael Fowler said ReVille will face five charges of second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor in Hanahan in connection with the molestation of five boys. The victims ranged in age from 12 to 16, and all were coached by ReVille, he said.

Those incidents occurred at ReVille's former home at 25 Commissioners Court, according to incident reports released by the town.

Fowler said police are waiting on prosecutors to seek grand jury indictments on those charges. It is not known when that will occur, he said.

It is unclear how many victims ReVille is accused of molesting, as some of the Hanahan victims may overlap with the Mount Pleasant cases, authorities said.

The State Law Enforcement Division and Charleston police also are investigating allegations that ReVille watched pornography and masturbated with boys at The Citadel's summer camp in 2002.

ReVille is said to be cooperating with investigators, and the list of charges against him could grow in the coming weeks, authorities have said.

After graduating from The Citadel in 2002, ReVille served as a teacher and assistant coach at Pinewood Preparatory School in Summerville, a tennis coach at Bishop England High School, a coach at the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department, a basketball coach at Moultrie Middle School, a travel-league basketball coach, a coach at Velocity Sports Performance in Mount Pleasant, a volunteer basketball coach at Rollings Middle School of the Arts in Summerville, a foster parent to four children and a youth group leader at Eastbridge Presbyterian Church in Mount Pleasant.