LOUISVILLE — A former Louisville high school football coach charged in the death of a 15-year-old player who collapsed at practice now faces a second charge.
A Jefferson County grand jury indicted Jason Stinson Tuesday on a charge of first-degree wanton endangerment, The Courier-Journal reported.
Stinson was indicted in January on a charge of reckless homicide in the death last August of sophomore Max Gilpin, who collapsed at practice and died three days later at a hospital after his body temperature reached 107 degrees.
Stinson is scheduled to stand trial Aug. 31. He will be arraigned on the new charge Friday.