Castlewood Tennis Director Henry John Germain remains in custody on charges of eight counts of sex crimes against children as his hearing was continued again to Friday.
Currently without bail, the 62-year-old Dublin resident is expected to enter a plea and bail will be set by the judge at the next hearing.
Deputy District Attorney Ronda Theisen said Wednesday that she expected to receive follow-up reports from detectives Friday.
Last Friday, the case was continued to Wednesday as Germain's lawyer, Elizabeth Grossman, told Judge Hugh Walker her client was not prepared to enter a plea.
According to court documents, three letters depicting various incidents of molestation written by three females ages 19 to 22 were submitted to management at the Castlewood Country Club in unincorporated Pleasanton. All three were enrolled in the club's tennis program and claimed abuse occurred between 1997 and 2001, when the victims were between 9 and 12 years old.
Sgt. J.D. Nelson of the Alameda County Sheriff's Department said several more alleged victims have come forward as of Wednesday, but declined to say how many.
Germain has no known criminal history, and reports show there were no complaints made to the country club concerning him. Prior to his arraignment Sept. 3, people outside the courtroom shared comments of disbelief, adding that he is well-known and well-liked. Family and friends have declined to comment on the allegations.
Germain, a father of three, has been formally charged with unlawful sexual acts with two of the three victims, as investigators have reportedly been unable to contact the third victim. The Alameda County Sheriff's Office believes there are more victims who have yet to come forward.
"Jane Doe 1" told investigators that recent events in her life led her to find closure.
"I don't want any other girl to ever have to endure what I had to," Doe 1 told investigators.
Court documents show the sex crimes happening at the country club's tennis courts and in the pro shop, as well as in his home, car and pool. Investigators reported incidents with Doe 1 to have happened "on hundreds of occasions."
"She would tell him to stop but he would tell her she was pretty and deserved that," the report states. "Doe 1 did not report any of the incidents to family, friends or authorities because Germain told her that it was his word versus hers and no one would believe her. Doe felt very alone and kept her abuse quiet."
On Sept. 1, according to court documents, Doe 1 agreed to confront Germain about her sexual abuse. Wearing a wire, she allegedly approached him during an event at the club and told him that her emotional problems were because she had been molested by him as a child.
Reports state Germain "made several admissions and apologies for sexually abusing Doe 1. His statements were very incriminating and help confirm Doe 1, 2 and 3's allegations."
When confronted by police, Germain was allegedly shocked. During an interview, detectives said he made admissions to "inappropriately touching children," but denied claims about touching genital regions.
Detectives used search warrants to recover evidence. In his Dublin apartment, detectives allegedly found his room "was filled and decorated with children's toys, paintings, photographs, [underage pornographic movies and memorabilia."
In addition, court documents also show detectives finding "a set of binoculars on his counter overlooking the pool." Investigators also seized "dozens" of photographs from his computer of young girls believed to be his tennis students. The report states the photos were "of young girls in bikinis, swimsuits and short tennis skirts. Some of the photos were specific shots of the children's clothed buttocks area."
Germain is scheduled to enter a plea at 9 a.m. Friday morning at the Pleasanton courthouse, 5672 Stoneridge Drive, Department 701.