A man questioned over the disappearance of toddler William Tyrrell has&nbsp;been charged with five counts of sexual intercourse with a child under&nbsp;the age of 10 and two counts of common assault. Police will allege Whitegoods repairman Bill Spedding sexually&nbsp;assaulted two girls, aged three and six, in Sydney 1987. The accused yelled "no" when he was arrested by homicide detectives at&nbsp;his Bonny Hills home on Wednesday,&nbsp;about seven months after&nbsp;William vanished from the yard of his grandmother's home in&nbsp;Kendall,&nbsp;wearing his favourite Spider-Man outfit. The 63-year-old was taken to Port Macquarie police station where he&nbsp;was charged with seven historical offences dating back to&nbsp;1987. He has been refused bail and was expected to appear before Port&nbsp;Macquarie Local Court on Thursday. Son Rodney Spedding and his wife Aimy&nbsp;told Fairfax Media they would fully support Mr Spedding after hearing the news of his arrest on Wednesday.