As the investigation continues into the former Jackson High School freshman basketball coach Scott Studer, who is accused of videotaping boys in a locker room shower, the number of alleged victims continues to grow.
Chief Dave Zink with Jackson Township Police tells AkronNewsNow.com there are additional young men who have been identified in the videos.
"We have identified 14 additional student-athletes Friday during the course of our investigation," Zink said.
He says it's hard to say how many young men there could be on the videotapes when all is said and done. With the additional 14 young men being identified on the tapes, that brings the total number to 38 seen in the showers.
Zink says police are using a couple of different methods to identify the boys.
"We're identifying them through yearbook photos and team photos," he said.
Jackson Township Police detectives are now making calls to notify the parents of the additional boys
Chief Zink said the calls are taking their toll on investigators.
"Our detectives and investigators are parents themselves and it's certainly distressing revealing this, and it's very tedious work, so it's taxing on them."
Studer is being charged with eight felony counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material.
He resigned from his positions as both a building aide and as head freshman basketball coach at Jackson High School on Wednesday.
Studer is currently housed in the Stark County Jail on $2 million bond.