(KHNL) - New developments and additional charges in the case of a Wahiawa soccer coach first accused of sexually assaulting a young player and his foster child.
Police arrested Frederick Rames Thursday, less than 2 weeks after they initially arrested him for the same kinds of allegations.
Sixty-five year old Rames is a father of four and a foster parent he's also a coach with the soccer association for youth soccer.
In late September, Honolulu police charged Rames with six counts of third degree sexual assault.
He is accused of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old boy and infecting him with a sexually transmitted disease.
Thursday, police arrested Rames on fourteen additional counts of third degree sexual assault, three counts of first degree sexual assault, and four counts of witness tampering.