Wis. village president accused of sex assaults
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The president of a Wisconsin village and his brother are due to make their initial court appearances next month on host of sexual assault charges.
Lyndon Station Village President Donald Coughlin faces five felony counts. Daniel Coughlin faces one count.
According to court documents, four men accused Donald Coughlin of sexually assaulting them between 1989 and 1999 when they were minors. The men weren't identified in the documents. A fifth unidentified man accused Donald Coughlin of asking him to masturbate in a hotel in 2008 when the man was 20 years old.
An unidentified man accused Daniel Coughlin of sexually assaulting him during the summer of 1990.
Donald Coughlin's attorney didn't immediately return a message. Daniel Coughlin's attorney says he denies the allegations.