Note: The below story contains elements of a sexual nature that some may find offensive.

A June 8 trial date has been scheduled for the former head of the Mercer County Drug Task Force.

The date was set on Monday by a judge in Columbiana County Municipal Court where William F. Brown, 58, of Greenville,  pleaded no contest last November after he was arrested for engaging in prostitution and possessing criminal tools.

Following the charges, the Pennsylvania Attorney General removed Brown as coordinator of the Mercer County Drug Task Force Coordinator. Brown was also Chief of the West Salem Township Fire Department at the time of his arrest.

According to an affidavit, Brown answered an ad on a known prostitution website posted by an undercover agent from the Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force.

The ad was purportedly from an adult female drug-dependent woman offering sex for hire.

The agent says Brown offered cash for sex, saying he was into bestiality and wanted to bring a dog to have sex with the woman before Brown had sex with her.
The affidavit also alleges that Brown said it was okay for the woman to get high on drugs during the sex acts.

Brown was arrested when he arrived at an agreed-upon location in Ohio.