The owner of Snap Keep Games in McHenry, Illinois has been indicted for criminal sexual abuse after allegedly having inappropriate contact with a juvenile, the Northwest Herald reported.

Jason A. Long, 30, the owner of Snap Keep Games, was arrested on August 31, and charged with criminal sexual abuse, solicitation to meet a child and solicitation of a sexual act. The 15-year-old victim was a customer at the game store. His mother alerted detectives that Long was having an inappropriate relationship with her son.

Long was released on August 31 on $50,000 bond. A judge issued a protective order against Long on September 25. His next court appearance is currently set for November 6.

Snap Keep Games has remained open since Long’s release, though according to a message on the store’s Facebook page, the business will be closing on Saturday October 21, and the company will be sold to new owners. Long opened the store in February 2016.

Long was arrested and charged with criminal sexual abuse in 2005 in Cook County, Illinois. According to court records, he was convicted of performing a sex act on a 14-year-old. Long was 19 at the time. The Northwest Herald reported that Long last registered as a sex offender in Cook County in 2015.