A troubled Frisco soccer coach stood on the upper edge of the High Five Interchange for hours Monday and considered jumping. FOX4 has learned he's an accused serial child sex abuse suspect. Court documents detail months of alleged abuse by Coach Kevin Hilty on four of his young players.
The alleged touching and inappropriate behavior started last November and ended June 14th according to all four boys.
Each of their parents recounted to Frisco investigators how the trusted soccer coach had touched the 12-year-old's then tried to conceal it.
FOX4 knocked on the door of 42-year-old Kevin Hilty's expensive Frisco home to which no one answered.
All four boys were players on the soccer team Hilty coached. All told their parents and police "Hilty would have them swim naked and play games" at his house.
Most of the arrest warrant is too graphic to detail.
According to the affidavit, the four boys' parents went to police last week and detailed how Kevin Hilty inappropriately touched their sons.
During indoor basketball games, the boys said Hilty would make "members of the team take their respective clothes off by pressuring them and calling them names like 'wimp' and 'baby.'"
Players who missed their shots would have their private parts touched by Hilty and the other children.
One boy said it happened approximately 50 times and always at Hilty's house.
The boys also told investigators Hilty made them measure their "respective (private parts) with a wooden ruler with black numbers and against a chocolate bar."
After the parents and boys gave their statements, Frisco police brought in Hilty to question him.
In the affidavit, Hilty admitted to the skinny dipping and touching "asking the children to play said games at this home and confirm that as punishment for missing a shot or losing a game, he had the children remove or lower their respective clothes."
He also "admitted to participating in the game and that he too would pull his pants and underwear down."
The affidavit states "Hilty confirmed that he told the children not to tell anyone and agreed that he did so because he knew that he was doing wrong, however he could not explain why he made the children do this."
Hilty volunteered as a coach with the Frisco Youth Soccer Association. The organization had no comment.
Frisco police arrested Hilty last Thursday. He posted a $100,000 bond on Saturday.
At 2:00 p.m. Monday, Hilty sat on a High Five Interchange ramp threatening to jump off.
Dallas SWAT officers spent three hours coercing him to get off the ramp safely.
Hilty then underwent a mental evaluation at Medical City Dallas.
He's charged with four counts of serial sexual abuse of a child which is a first degree felony punishable by up to life in prison.
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