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Former Scouts volunteer Keith Cutler jailed for abusing boy

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Published: 14th Oct 2011 18:31:25

A man from west London who used to volunteer with the Scouts has been jailed for four years for abusing a boy in the 1970s.

Keith Cutler, from West Drayton, admitted 10 counts of indecent assault on a male under the age of 18.

The 56-year-old also pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing indecent photographs of a child.

Eight other charges of abuse which Cutler faced are to remain on file, Harrow Crown Court has ruled.

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