A $100,000 cash only bond was set Friday for a Star City man arrested Wednesday after he reportedly was seen walking around the Walmart Supercenter exposing himself.

A $100,000 cash only bond was set Friday for a Star City man arrested Wednesday after he reportedly was seen walking around the Walmart Supercenter exposing himself.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set the bond after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge Nathaniel Williams, 21, with two counts of sexual indecency with a child and one count of fourth-degree sexual assault.

Store security personnel reported that Williams was exposing himself to young children and security video confirmed that, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said during a court hearing for Williams Friday.

Detective Jacqueline Stevenson reported that Williams also walked up and touched one of the young children before he was taken into custody.

Kizer asked for the cash only bond after deputy U.S. Marshal Phillip Peckham, who was in the courtroom Friday, reported that Williams was a registered sex offender in Texas.

Bridgforth told Williams to come back to court Aug. 17.