Charges Filed Against Retired Sheriff’s Deputy Accused of Child Molesting

Larry Lee Scott

A retired Bartholomew County Sheriff’s deputy who worked as a Ceraland security volunteer has been formally charged in Bartholomew Superior Court 1 with child molestation and other charges.

Larry L. Scott, 72, of 3281 N. County Road 625E, also a former reserve deputy for the sheriff’s department, is accused of four felonies and a misdemeanor in the charges filed late Thursday.

Court documents state Scott is accused of:

Two counts of Level 4 felony child molesting involving a child younger than age 14
A Level 6 felony charge of possession of child pornography
A Level 6 felony charge of performing sexual conduct in the presence of a minor (involving a child younger than age 14)
Class C misdemeanor possession of paraphernalia
Scott was a volunteer with the night-time security detail at Ceraland, helping supervise three officers who provide patrols and night-time security at the facility, according to Ceraland officials. Scott stayed at a camper on the Ceraland property, according to Ceraland officials.

The probable cause affidavit accompanying the charges states that an Indiana State trooper had documented a complaint about child molesting at Ceraland on July 21.

Court documents state Scott is accused of molesting a 12-year-old boy at his camper on July 21, and is also accused of taking a photo on his phone of the child during the incident.

Source: http://www.therepublic.com/2018/07/27/charges-filed-against-retired-sheriffs-deputy-charged-with-child-molesting/

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