New details on a Bryan man accused of viewing explicit images of children on his computer.
At a court hearing Wednesday morning, Thaddeus Russell Bragg, 48, was ordered to be released on his own personal recognizance after being indicted on 12 counts of child pornography.
Bragg's attorney told the court that Bragg sufferers from multiple physical and mental conditions including cerebral palsy and mild mental retardation, and that he wouldn't be a flight risk.
Prosecutors, however, expressed concern that Bragg lives across the street from Henderson Elementary school in Bryan.
Prosecutors also say this isn't the first time Bragg been suspected of having child pornography.
The first time was back in 2002 when the postal service investigated him.
Bragg's attorney says his client doesn't have much money in savings, and works only part time at an A&M bookstore.