Almaden National Junior Basketball League (NJB) Youth Basketball League coach David Keiser is facing numerous sexual abuse charges following his arrest for allegedly sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl. Police said they received information that Keiser had allegedly sexually assaulted the girl multiple times over one year.

According to a San Jose Police Department press release, David Keiser is facing multiple counts of Lewd and Lascivious Acts with a Minor Under 14, by force (felony) –  Penal Code 288(b)(1), Aggravated Sexual Assault, Oral Copulation with a Child Under 14 (felony) – Penal Code 269(a)(4), and Aggravated Sexual Assault, Sexual Penetration with a Child Under 14 (felony) – Penal Code 269(a)(5).

About the National Junior Basketball League (NJB)

The National Junior Basketball League (NJB) is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 by Dennis Murphy Jr., whose father was one of the Founders of the American Basketball Association (ABA). NJB, according to its website, has grown into a national youth league with over 25,000 participants in 6 states.

Almaden NJB Youth Basketball League, of which David Keiser is a coach, is part of the Northern California (NorCal) NJB Region, The Silicon Valley Section.  The Silicon Valley Section consist of 14 Chapters from Redwood City to Hollister including: Almaden Valley, Berryessa/Milpitas, Coyote Creek/South San Jose, Evergreen/San Jose, Foothill, Gilroy/Morgan Hill, Hollister, Los Gatos, Palo Alto, Redwood (Menlo Park/Woodside), Saratoga, Sequoia (Redwood City/San Carlos), West San Jose, Willow Glen.

Grooming Children for Sexual Abuse

When it comes to the so-called grooming tactics used by sexual predators, it is the experience of our sexual abuse legal team that predators often go to great lengths to earn the trust of their victims and to isolate them from friends, family, and authority figures. Former Santa Clara County prosecutor Ray Mendoza explains the grooming process.

Contact a Sexual Abuse Law Firm for Victims

If you or a loved one have been the sexual abuse victim of coach David Keiser, please contact our office. We have a dedicated sexual abuse legal team to help victims. We offer a free and confidential consultation. Please call 408-289-1417.