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“More victims in different jurisdictions” reason for Barry Wolfe’s $5.5mil Bond

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On November 6, 2017


Coles County State’s Attorney filed a Motion for Additional Bond Conditions (read it below) for the accused AAU Girl’s basketball Coach Barry Wolfe last Friday.

The Motion indicates there are other victims coming forward from other jurisdictions related to the sexual impropriety of Barry Wolfe.

It indicates a pattern of harassment and threats made by Wolfe towards victims and individuals that played basketball with the Central Illinois Storm.

He is facing multiple mandatory consecutive and significant periods of incarceration if found guilty, and to reduce any flight risk the Judge approved a $5.5 million Bond with 10% to apply.

Wolfe was originally facing 4 Counts of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse (Class 2 felony) – 4 Counts of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse (Class 2 felony) – and 5 Counts Criminal Sexual Abuse (Class 1 felony).

Counts 9-13 were later amended to increase them to Class 1 Felonies which indicated sentencing of 4 to 5 years with a 3 years to Natural Life Mandatory Supervised Release on the Class 1 Felonies.




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  • concerned citizen
    Posted at 21:09h, 06 November

    Why is his face book page still running ? It shows young girls and families? ? Potential victims and others to be looked at by all of us as possible victims. Unless cops are using it as a investigator tool .

    • jmkraft
      Posted at 21:12h, 06 November

      He probably can’t get to it to disable it since he is still in jail.