WORCESTER (CBS) — A teenager assaulted in a Worcester home invasion says he recognized his masked attacker as his old basketball coach, police say.

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that Jesse G. Ouellet, 33, is being held without bail on charges including home invasion, armed robbery and armed assault.

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Police say that on Nov. 11, Ouellet burst into an apartment on Henderson Avenue, firing a round into the ceiling and butting a 17-year-old in the face with a shotgun. Marijuana and about $500 was stolen from the teenager, authorities said.

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The victim recognized the partly masked man as his former basketball coach and father of his 16-year-old friend, who had been in the apartment before the invasion, according to The Telegram.

Ouellet’s aunt told the newspaper that he worked as a basketball coach for teens with a private organization “a while ago.”

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Ouellet will be held without bail for at least four months because prosecutors are concerned he could go after the witnesses, The Telegram reports.