TULSA - The second suspect in the church abuse case involving Victory Christian Center was arrested Thursday.
Israel Castillo, 23, was booked into the jail just before 11 a.m. after turning himself in to authorities, police say. He bonded out shortly before 4 p.m.
Castillo faces charges for making a lewd proposal to a minor and using a computer to facilitate a sex crime.
Castillo and another former employee, 20-year-old Chris Denman, are both facing charges in connection with the abuse.
Denman was arrested Sept. 5 for the rape of a 13-year-old girl at a church event and molestation of a 15-year-old girl. He has pleaded not guilty.
Tulsa police say it's possible another suspect remains at large and even more victims have yet to come forward, though detectives haven't named the newest possible suspect.
Police say there could be at least two more victims, bringing the total to five, but the parents of one victim are reluctant to cooperate, telling police they don't want to become involved with a police investigation.
Authorities say they can't proceed with the third suspect without the cooperation of the victim.
Five other church employees, including the son and daughter-in-law of the church's founder, Billy Joe Daugherty, are accused of not reporting the abuse. They have since turned themselves in and been released on bond.
All five have been suspended from church duties, according to a Victory Christian statement.
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