A well-known Bryan school teacher and beloved soccer coach accused of fondling an 11-year-old boy, was indicted Thursday by a Brazos County grand jury.
Bruce Unger was arrested in November of 2005 when the accusations first surfaced.
On Thursday, the man once named most caring coach by USA Today for the difference he made in the lives of his students, was indicted for indecency with a child.
The boy said Unger touched him inappropriately on two separate occasions.
Unger has been on administrative leave from the Bryan school district since his arrest.
Another high-profile indictment handed up involved a Dallas-area woman accused of leaving her newborn baby in a trash can at the Texas World Speedway in Brazos County.
Susan Chiniewicz was indicted Thursday on capital murder charges.
An extensive manhunt was launched after the infant's body was discovered following a weekend race in October 2005.
Chiniewicz was initially arrested on a murder charge after admitting to investigators that she gave birth to a baby boy, according to court documents.
Autopsy results showed the baby died of suffocation.
Authorities said Chiniewicz's DNA matched that of the baby's.
Also indicted was Marcus Wilson on six counts of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit sex offense.
Wilson is accused of breaking into the Callaway Villa Apartments in November 2006 and sexually assaulting one woman and attempting to assault five others.
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