Kinard was charged last year in Bamberg with assault and first-degree assault as well as attempted second-degree criminal sexual behavior with a minor under the age of 16. Has committed or attempted a lewd act on a child under the age of 16, recruiting a minor and distributing obscene material to a person under the age of 18.
Kinard has also denied the allegations of the Bamberg district.
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Circuit Judge Clifton Newman set Kinard’s bailiff for the Bamberg County indictment at $ 75,000 and required him to be outside Bamberg County, live with this brother in Lexington, wear GPS monitors, and deal with drug and drug abuse Alcohol treatment continues.
On Friday, Mullen upheld all of Newman’s bond terms. The $ 75,000 set in Bamberg County also applies to the Jasper County case.
Kinard stayed with his brother and in a hotel owned by his family, Sellers said during the hearing on Friday.
Mullen told Sellers that Kinard must live in one place or another, but not both.
Sellers said Kinard would stay at the hotel when he was released from prison.
Additionally, Mullen said Kinard must adhere to a curfew from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. unless he has a job that requires him to work during those hours.