Weston Loxley, 31, allegedly had sexual contact with a teenage girl he met through coaching in the Williams Township Athletic Association, according to police.

A former softball coach is accused of sexually assaulting one of his players in Upper Bucks County as well as Northampton County, according to police.

On Tuesday, Weston Loxley, 31, waived his right to a preliminary hearing in front District Judge Gary Gambardella.

Loxley, of Williams Township, Northampton County, is charged with two counts each of statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with someone younger than 16, sexual assault by a sports official, corruption of minors, all of which are felonies, as well as two counts of indecent assault of someone younger than 16.

State police filed the charges in late October, and he has been in the Bucks County Correctional Facility in lieu of 10% of $700,000 bail since then.

Court documents state Loxley coached the girl, then 14, for the Williams Township Athletic Association (WTAA) for a few months in summer 2017 into the beginning of 2018.

The victim told officials the two had sexual contact at his apartment, the Williams Township Municipal Park and the Reigelsville Borough Park, according to police.

The two had sex regularly starting in October 2017, court documents allege. Sexual contact between the two continued until July 2019, police said.

Troopers spoke to Loxley, who admitted to having sexual contact with the girl multiple times in Bucks and Northampton counties, according to his criminal complaint.

Assistant District Attorney Sarah Heimbach said the Northampton County District Attorney’s Office gave the Bucks County DA’s office permission to handle the case.

Loxley’s attorney Steven Mills declined comment following Tuesday’s hearing.

Reached Tuesday afternoon, WTAA board president Roberto Benevides said he could not speak specifically about Loxley because he was not president during the time that the alleged incidents occurred.

The board president said all coaches on the field must undergo background checks.

Gambardella set Loxley’s formal arraignment date for Feb. 14.

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