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Terry Kuo NJ Tennis Coach
Jan 03, 2019

Colts Neck Tennis Coach Charged With Sexual Assault, Child Pornography and Kidnapping

Terry Kuo NJ Tennis Coach

Last February, a Colts Neck youth tennis coach was arrested on accusations of sexual assault and manufacturing child pornography.

Terry Y. Kuo, 26, of Colts Neck has now been indicted on 46 more counts. Kuo also goes by the name Victor Lee.

Kuo was caught when a 13-year-old tennis student reported him saying that there were multiple occasions where Kuo was sexually inappropriate in 2017.

46 more indictments have been made against Kuo. He is currently being held at the Monmouth County Jail and is also being represented by the same law firm as Paul Caneiro, the man from Colts Neck who is accused of murdering his family and setting his brother’s home on fire.

Indictments
• Three counts of first-degree kidnapping
• Two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual assault
• Eight counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual contact
• One count of second-degree attempted aggravated sexual assault
• Two counts of third-degree obscenity
• One count of fourth-degree stalking
• Six counts of second-degree sexual assault
• Two counts of second-degree attempted sexual assault
• Four counts of first-degree causing or permitting a child to engage in child pornography
• Four counts of second-degree manufacturing child pornography
• Five counts of third-degree possession of child pornography
• Two counts of fourth-degree lewdness
• Three counts of third-degree aggravated criminal sexual contact
• Three counts of third-degree child endangerment
• One count of fourth-degree conspiracy to tamper with physical evidence

If you have any information to report, please contact Detective Stephen Borchard of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office at 732-431-7160 ext. 8649. You may also contact Marlboro Police Detective Edward Ungrady at 732-536-0100 ext. 1099.