Keith Brewley, 28, was being held on $250,000 bail in the Bergen County Jail, charged wth child endangerment.
The girl told investigators from Teaneck and the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Special Victims Unit that Brewley, whom she knew, drove her to the Maple Avenue home of his family in late August to socialize.
The girl was “unaware that two other males were at the residence,” Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said at the time.
Soon after she arrived, 22-year-old Kareem Gibbs brought her into a bedroom where he was joined by Brewley’s 25-year-old brother, Kelisen.
“While holding the victim down, the two engaged her in sexual acts against her will,” Molinelli said.
Gibbs and Kelisen Brewley left and Keith Brewley took the girl home. She told her mother, who alerted authorities.
Detectives with a warrant searched the home and found a .22-caliber handgun in Kelisen Brewley’s bedroom, the prosecutor said. It had been reported stolen out of Jacksonville, FL earlier this year, he said.
“Certain other evidence” was also collected, Molinelli added.
Gibbs and Kelisen Brewley were each charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one of child endangerment. Kelisen Brewley also was charged with illegal possession of the gun.
Kelisen Brewely posted $250,000 bail — down from an original $500,000 — and was released on Oct. 11 from the Bergen County Jail, records show.
Gibbs, 22, remained held on $400,000 bail this morning.
He was joined Friday by Keith Brewley, who still faces other charges in separate incidents the past year and a half for harassment, driving while suspenced or revoked (twice) and other traffic-related offenses out of Teaneck and Paramus.
MUGSHOT: Courtesy BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF
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