A former Green Valley School sports coach was arrested by the Watauga County Sheriff's Office on sexual offenses.

The Watauga Democrat reports Todd Edward Gibbs, 56, of 361 Majesco Drive, Boone, was arrested November 2 and charged with three counts of indecent liberties with a child, three counts of second-degree rape and one count of a sex offense in a parental role.

According to the report, Gibbs was a football coach at Green Valley in 1997, a girls basketball coach at the school from 1998-99 and in 2004 as well as a boys basketball coach from 2006-14.

Gibbs was never employed with the school system as a full-time employee outside of his role as a non-faculty coach.

The charges stem from several incidences involving three victims. The three second-degree rape charges and the sex offense in a parental role charge are from incidences with the same alleged victim from Oct. 2, 1994, to March 25, 1995. The warrant stated there was probable cause to believe that Gibbs — “having assumed a position of a parent” — allegedly engaged in sexual activity with a minor under the age of 18 “against the victim’s will.”

Gibbs also allegedly committed and attempted to commit a “lewd and lascivious act” upon a second alleged victim who was under the age of 16 between July to August 2018, and accounts of two of the indecent liberties with a minor charges. The third count of indecent liberties with a minor allegedly took place with a third minor under the age of 16 from May to July 2018.

Gibbs was originally given a $750,000 secured bond and a Dec. 16 court date. His Bond was lowered to $250,000 after a bond modification was filed November 5. He was ordered to not have contact with any of the three victims. Gibbs was in custody at the Watauga County Detention Center as of November 17.