A U.S. District Court grand jury indicted two local men Wednesday.
Former Youth for Christ worker Nathan Hasty, 34, of Huntington was indicted on three counts related to child pornography.
He is accused of inducing or enticing a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing a visual depiction of the conduct, receiving visual depictions involving an actual minor engaged in sexually explicit activity, and possessing visual depictions of an actual minor engaged in sexually explicit activity.
Until late September, Hasty was the Youth for Christ Campus Life worker at two Huntington County middle schools. He is accused of targeting young boys in his youth group through Facebook and persuading them to send him pornographic photographs and videos.
Brandon A. Peters, 24, was indicted on a single count of armed robbery of a pharmacy and a single count of using a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence.
Peters was originally arrested in September after police said he used a gun to rob a CVS pharmacy at 6220 St. Joe Center Road of the prescription painkiller Opana.