New charges have been filed against a 29-year-old Bakersfield man already accused of kidnapping, raping, and attempting to murder a child last year.
Ray Coriell was arrested July 2011, after a seven-hour standoff with Sheriff's deputies and a Swat team at his central Bakersfield home.
Since then, Coriell has had three new charges added to the list against him, including two counts of continuous sexual abuse of a child, bringing the total number of charges against him to eleven.
After last year's standoff, Coriell was arrested on charges including attempted murder and rape of an 8-year-old girl who disappeared a day earlier.
But at the time, no charges had been filed that indicated Coriell had an ongoing sexual relationship with the underage girl.
That girl was found in a field in east Bakersfield where Coriell allegedly left her to die. Coriell allegedly sent despondent text messages to a woman he knew, threatening to harm himself.
That's what prompted deputies to try and contact him at his home, where he was eventually taken into custody.
Coriell is scheduled to be arraigned on the eleven charges May 21st. That's when a trial date will be set as well.