The teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student at St. Matthias School is facing additional charges.
Earlier this month, 45-year-old Kevin Buelow was charged with inappropriately touching a fourth-grade student during a tutoring session in the church basement in 2012.
On Friday, he was charged with another sexual assault of a child.
According to the new criminal complaint, Buelow allegedly assaulted another student in a similar fashion while he tutored her between Sept. 2010 and Aug. 2011.
In one detailed incident, the victim said Buelow touched her under her skirt, adding Buelow allegedly inappropriately touched her multiple other times.
The student came forward to talk to a detective with the Milwaukee Police Department last Friday, the day after Buelow was first charged.
Buelow was arrested on Aug. 21 ahead of the first round of charges.
He was a 4th-grade teacher at St. Matthias from 2001 to 2013.
He's been at Holy Apostles since 2013. That school said he was placed on administrative leave after he was first charged.
If convicted on all charges, Buelow is facing a maximum penalty of 120 years in prison.