The Clarendon teacher who was arrested after a missing 14-year-old girl was found at his home was granted $2 million bail.
Last Friday, David Osbourne, 34, was granted bail and ordered to appear before Lionel Town Parish Court in Clarendon on July 21.
Osbourne faces charges of sexual grooming, abduction of a person under 16, having sexual intercourse with a person under 16, and grievous sexual assault.
The alleged offenses occurred between 2019 and 2022.
It is reported that on May 19 this year, the teenl left her home and did not return.
On May 21, the girl was reportedly found at Osbourne’s home in Clarendon. He was then arrested and charged.
In applying for bail, his attorney, Dwight Reece, told the judge that there was no risk that could not be handled.
When granting bail to Osbourne, Senior Parish Judge Dahlia Findlay ordered that he reside outside of Clarendon.
He was also instructed to refrain from any communication with the complainant.