[h=1]EKG instructor slapped with more breast fondling charges[/h] More charges have been filed against an instructor who allegedly fondled students' breasts while teaching them how to operate an electrocardiogram (EKG) machine, officials said today.John Ross, 58, was director of education at The Prism Institute, a for-profit Cherry Hill career training center. On Friday, the Camden County Prosecutor's office charged Ross with two counts of Fourth-Degree Unlawful Sexual Conduct, alleging he fondled the breasts of two female students while teaching them how to attach EKG sensors to their chests. The prosecutor's office said four more alleged victims have come forward since, resulting in four additional counts. In teaching them how to operate an EKG, Ross asked his female students to remove their shirts in class and apply the sensors to their chests, authorities said. Instead of instructing them where to appropriately place the leads, Ross told the women to place the devices on their breasts. He then allegedly fondled their breasts under the pretense of adjusting the sensors. Ross' medical license was suspended in 2000 for unrelated. Out on bail on his earlier arrest, he surrendered today on the new charges. Bail was set at $10,000. Former students who may have been subjected to potentially inappropriate conduct are asked to contact Camden County Prosecutor's Office Investigator Gary McBride at (856) 225-8400 or Cherry Hill Police Detective Rob Kempf at (856) 432-8829.