Two men in southern Huron County have been charged with gross sexual imposition in unrelated cases.
A Huron County grand jury indicted Donald J. Davis, 20, of the first block of White Ave. in New London, on one count of gross sexual imposition for allegedly having sexual contact with a 4-year-old boy.
Huron County Sheriff's Lt. Annette McLaughlin said an investigation began Aug. 3, after the boy's family approached officials.
Children services staff interviewed the boy and his parents the next morning, and officials arrested Davis on Aug. 5. McLaughlin said he's an acquaintance of the family.
His bond has been set at $15,000.
A grand jury also indicted Chad M. Hale, 19, of the 400 block of B&O Pike in Willard, on two counts of gross sexual imposition. He's scheduled to appear for an arraignment today and remains in jail on $25,000 bond.
Other indictments handed down in Huron County this week:
* Richard A. Bush Jr., 50, of the first block of East Washington St. in Norwalk, one count of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, his sixth such charge in 20 years.
* Corey R. Nau, 20, of the first block of North Maple St. in New London, one count each of burglary and breaking and entering.
* Kenneth K. Low III, 21, of the 200 block of E. Arthur St. in Sandusky, complicity to burglary and breaking and entering. Huron County assistant prosecutor Richard Woodruff said Low allegedly entered an attached garage and stole items from a car in a rural area.
* Darren L. Cooley, 20, of the 3100 block Townline Road 79 in Greenwich, one count of burglary.