Westfield man charged with 7 counts of child exploitation
UPDATE (Jan. 9, 2019)– Timothy Brouwer pleaded guilty four counts of to child exploitation. He was sentenced to three years for each count, and the sentences will run consecutively. He will have to register as a sex offender for 10 years after his release.
HENRY COUNTY, Ind. – A Westfield man is being charged with seven counts of child exploitation and two counts of dissemination of material harmful to a minor.
Indiana State Police say the charges against 27-year-old Timothy W. Brouwer stem from a lengthy investigation that started in April, when investigators received a tip from a concerned parent.
Detectives believe Brouwer took photographs of a minor child engaged in sexual activity and transmitted images of an adult engaged in sexual activity with a minor earlier this year.
As a result of the investigation, Brouwer was arrested on a Henry County felony warrant Thursday afternoon. Following his arrest, Brouwer was lodged in the Henry County Jail.