Former Wylie Church Minister Charged With Sexually Assaulting A Child – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
WYLIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A previous minister of a Wylie church was jailed on Friday, Jan 7 on a charge of sexually attacking a kid after allegations appeared last month.
On Dec 12, 2021, an employee of the First Baptist Church of Wylie called the Collin County Constable’s Workplace to report another employee for supposed sexual attack.
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Throughout their examination, the Constable’s Workplace detectives recognized a 15-year-old woman who revealed that she had actually been wrongly touched by First Baptist Church of Wylie Middle School Minister Timothy Wells.
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Wells had actually been a staff member of the church because January 2019. He was right away put on leave and his work was later on ended.
Constable’s Workplace detectives acquired a warrant for Timothy Wells’ arrest, charging him with indecency with a kid by sexual contact, a second-degree felony. Wells turned himself into the Collin County Detention Center where he was reserved and is being kept in lieu of a $25,000 bond.
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Constable’s Workplace detectives are requesting for anybody with details concerning this examination or other possible offenses including Timothy Wells to call the Collin County Constable’s Workplace at 972-547-5350.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.