Church chaperone indicted for sex crimes with kids
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — A Brunswick County grand jury has indicted an Albemarle man on eight felony charges stemming from allegations of sex crimes involving children at Fort Caswell in June.
District Attorney Jon David says indictments charge Clyde Way, 68, with exposing himself to four boys under the age of 13, as well as organizing a strip poker game.
Way was released from jail in July after his bond was reduced from $350,000 down to $20,000.
Way was not an employee of Fort Caswell. He was a volunteer student ministries team leader for the Stanly Baptist Association. The association said Way was removed from his position after the incident.
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