The Northern Colorado nurse who was charged with unlawful sexual contact on Fort Collins, Greeley, and Nebraska patients last month is facing additional charges of sexual contact.

According to court records obtained by Denver7, Greeley police have identified 7 women, 5 of whom accuse Thomas Mark Moore, 43, of groping them. Another woman said Moore tried to touch her breasts, while another said that while Moore didn't touch her sexually, he was "very flirtatious" and sent her a Facebook friend request. Other alleged victims say he sent them Facebook friend requests, as well.

Greeley police arrested Moore on Friday night on investigation of 6 counts of felony unlawful sexual contact. He remained in Weld County Jail on Monday with $100,000 bond.

Get a more detailed account of the case from Denver7 HERE

Moore was initially arrested by Fort Collins police on December 21 for allegedly sexually touching 2 female patients at Poudre Valley Hospital. The Fort Collins investigation revealed other victims in Greeley and Scottsbluff, Nebraska.

Moore was fired from UCHealth Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center in June 2015, according to UCHealth. A spokeswoman said the organization reported Moore to the Colorado Board of Nursing in June, however, the board did not suspend Moore's license until January 6, 2016. The board cites his first arrest in Fort Collins as the cause of suspension.