A trusted coach of young soccer players in Naperville is in jail on charges that he sexually abused two girls, and authorities say there may be additional victims.
Gustavo Nicosia, 36, of Oswego, was charged Tuesday with 14 felony counts, including five counts of criminal sexual assault, seven counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, and two counts of obstruction of justice.
This is a parent's worst nightmare: a trusted authority figure turns out to be an alleged sexual predator accused of abusing that trust. Predators can be cunning, manipulative masters at gaining the trust of unsuspecting parents.
What do Naperville parents think about these charges? What should be done to prevent trusted authority figures from committing sex crimes against children?