Bills' Aaron Kromer scheduled to appear in court Aug. 12

Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer is scheduled to appear in a Walton County, Florida, court for an Aug. 12 plea date, a court clerk said Wednesday.

Police are not releasing the age of the boy that Kromer is alleged to have punched in the face, but a public information officer for the Walton County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday that the boy was 5-foot-8 and 140 pounds. Kromer was listed at 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds when he was arrested Sunday.

A judge Wednesday also approved a criminal summons against Kromer's son, Zachery, on charges of misdemeanor battery against another boy as part of the altercation early Sunday morning. Zachery Kromer, 21, will have to turn himself into police before a court date is set.

According to a statement released Sunday by the Walton County sheriff's office, Aaron Kromer and Zachery Kromer allegedly confronted three boys, who had been fishing on the beach, over the use of beach chairs.

Kromer, 48, has been accused of pushing one of the boys to the ground and punching him in the face after throwing their fishing pole into the water. Kromer allegedly then ordered that the chairs be returned to where they were found and told the boy that he would kill the boy's family if he reported him to the police, according to the statement.

Assistant Florida state attorney Bobby Elmore told ESPN late Wednesday that he cannot rule out child abuse charges against either Kromer until he speaks to the accusers in the case. Elmore is expected to travel to the Atlanta area next week to meet with the alleged victims and their attorneys.

On Tuesday, the Bills placed Aaron Kromer on indefinite paid administrative leave.