A former minister at First Baptist Church of Bedford, who was working in Texas while awaiting trial in Alabama on charges of sexual assault of a child, is back in jail, a police spokesman said Monday.
Charles Kyle Adcock, 31, appeared Monday before a Colbert County, Ala., judge who revoked Adcock’s bail. A condition of his release on bail was that he not work around minors unsupervised. The judge found that he violated that by working at the Bedford church.
Police Lt. Sieg Mueller of the Muscle Shoals Police Department, who investigated the case, said Adcock will remain in the Colbert County Jail until his trial early next year.
Adcock was indicted in January on 29 counts of rape and sodomy of an underage child, according to the Times Daily newspaper of Florence, Ala.
His bail was set at $500,000.
He is accused of sexually assaulting a girl in the congregation at Woodward Avenue Baptist Church in Muscle Shoals, where he was a youth minister. He was arrested in 2014 after he had moved to Frisco.
Mueller said Adcock began working as a worship minister at First Baptist Bedford in July.
Church pastor Steve Knott could not be reached to comment Monday afternoon.
Adcock was hired on a temporary basis at First Baptist Bedford to replace his father, who got a job at another church. He was hired to direct the adult choir and handle the audio/visual equipment, according to WFAA.