Former Police Officer Ordered to Move His Residence

A former law enforcement officer has been found in violation of the terms of his bond conditions.

Circuit Court Judge Jeff Kelley determined that Harold Frost was living too close to children in his Kinston apartment.

Frost was ordered to move from the residence.

The one-time Kinston and Newton Police officer is charged with rape, sodomy and sexual abuse.

The reported victims are two girls under ten-years-old.

The 44-year-old defendant must now find a place to live that meets all the terms of his bond release and not be within 1000 feet of any school, daycare, or playground.


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  • by angie Location: kinston on Aug 16, 2007 at 06:36 AM
    he is innocent untill proven guilty.nobody is treating him fairly.he is not convicted of any crime yet.this is a small town and if people would concider the sources,they should give him the benifit of the doubt.it isnt right.
  • by Brad Location: Dothan on Aug 15, 2007 at 05:02 PM
    Why is this man that was suppose to protect and serve even out of the jail?
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