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(Bloomfield)— The search continues for a 54 year old Bloomfield man wanted by Davis County authorities.

Court documents filed in District County District Court by judge Annette Scieszinski indicates an appearance bond against Kevin Turner has been revoked.

Turner is charged with sexual abuse and stalking following an incident that reportedly occurred at Turner’s home in Bloomfield more than a week ago that involved a 17 year old male.  Turner is also charged with stalking after he repeatedly drove by the Agency youth shelter where the teen lived.

Turner appeared in Magistrate court earlier this week and pleaded not guilty to the stalking charges and was released on bond.

The court later found that Turner’s conditions for bond should be revoked and a modified pre-trial conditions should be imposed pending a hearing.  Judge Scieszinski also says in addition to the posting of a bond, Turner should be  subject to supervision during any pretrial release.  The judge also revoked Turner’s original bond of one thousand dollars and issued a bench warrant for his arrest and set bond at 100-thousand cash only to be paid prior to his release.

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