BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) - A former Bossier Parish educator and coach was indicted Monday morning on a total of 12 counts of sexual misconduct with children.
Aubrey Perry Norcross, age 47, was indicted for one count of first degree rape, one count of video voyeurism, eight counts of molestation of a juvenile, and two counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile, according to the Bossier Parish District Attorney's Office.
All the alleged victims are are under the age of twelve. Each crime is a separate victim.
Norcross is being held at the Bossier Parish Max on a total bond of $3.7 million.
First degree rape carries a mandatory life sentence and each count of molestation carries up to ninety-nine years in jail.
Also indicted was David Dewayne Sanders, 46, for the second-degree murder of Steven Milner.
“We believe that the evidence considered by the grand jury will irrefutably obtain convictions in both of these cases,” said DA Schuyler Marvin, in a news release.