Lancaster sports doc faces new misconduct charge

The Associated Press
This photo taken Wednesday, May 1, 2019, by the Lancaster County, Pa., District Attorney's office shows Dr. William R. Vollmar, a Pennsylvania sports medicine doctor. Vollmar, who spent decades working with high school athletes, was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting five patients, including two minors — one of them in a high school athletic trainer's room. (Lancaster County District Attorney via AP)

LANCASTER – A Pennsylvania sports medicine doctor set to stand trial on charges he sexually harassed several patients has been hit with a new accusation of inappropriate touching.

Dr. William Vollmar was charged with corruption of minors and indecent assault.

WGAL-TV reports that a man now in his 20s told police that Vollmar touched his genitals during appointments at the doctor’s home and office.

The complaint says the touching began in 2010 when the man was 17 and continued until last year.

A sixth former patient came forward in April to accuse the 56-year-old Vollmar of sexual misconduct.

Vollmar has already been charged with sexual assault.

A message seeking comment was left with his attorney.

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