William Todd Brewer, a former North Mississippi Boy Scout leader, was indicted by a Tate County grand jury on 23 counts of sexual battery involving minors, fondling and child pornography.
Brewer, who was arrested in July 2012 at his Senatobia home, was indicted on 10 counts of child pornography, eight counts of sexual battery and five counts of fondling.
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At the time of his arrest, the Tate County Sheriff's Office said there were five male abuse victims, all under 16. None of the boys were scouts.
Brewer was the district director of the Boy Scouts for North Mississippi.
Brewer's former neighbors said in July 2012 after Senatobia police arrested him, the former scout leader used a substance on the kids he allegedly sexually abused. His house backs up right to the Senatobia Middle School playground.
Brewer is being held without bond in the Tate County jail. No trial date has been set.
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