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Former Deputy Charged In Student Sex Offense, Faces 15 New Charges

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Former Henderson County Deputy, Daniel Lindsey, while free on a $45,000 bond, was arrested again after being served warrants for 15 additional charges Thursday evening. Former Henderson County Deputy, Daniel Lindsey, while free on a $45,000 bond, was arrested again after being served warrants for 15 additional charges Thursday evening.
HENDERSON COUNTY, N.C. - A judge has reduced bond for former Henderson County Deputy, Daniel Lindsey.

After being freed last week on a $45,000 bond, deputies arrested Lindsey again Thursday evening for 15 additional charges.

According to Henderson County Chief Deputy, Frank Stout, just as before, Lindsey was placed under arrest, without incident, inside of his residence in Mountain Home, North Carolina for a list of new charges pertaining to sexual offenses involving a student.

Lindsey's new charges include 14 misdemeanors for disseminating material harmful to minors and a felony for disseminating obscenity to a minor.

Lindsey was arrested and charged with three felonies, prior to his most recent arrest, for sex offense with a student just after midnight Saturday, January 18, 2014.

Due to a newly passed law in North Carolina (NCGS 15A-534 (d)(3), Lindsey's original bond of $45,000 was doubled on each new charge, setting Lindsey's most recently imposed bond at $1.35 million. However, during a court appearance Friday morning, the judge reduced his bond to $13,000.

Lindsey is being held in the Transylvania County Detention Center but is expected to bond out Friday afternoon. His next court appearance is scheduled for February 11, 2014.

Lindsey was a school resource officer at the Balfour Education Center. Sheriff Charles McDonald said in a news conference Saturday, investigators have no reason to believe any illegal activity took place on school property.

You can expect 7 On Your Side to provide you with all of the latest on this developing story as details become available. 


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