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Read More: man who is expected to be charged Monday with molesting two young daughters of a prominent pastor in the Central Texas city of Beaumont pleaded not guilty Thursday.

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Authorities say Michael Michael Jenkins (26), a Beaumont man, will be charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child but no one will be charged making inquiries into any other children currently and in the past under his care.

Jenkins is expected to testify against his ex-wife, Kim Paris-Jenkins, 62, on Monday in front of Beaumont District Judge Rob Dibble.

Beaumont Police Chief Levar Jones said at a news conference that Jenkins has been placed on paid leave by Beaumont Police after Dibble ruled Jenkins from a reasonable threat of harm to children. She was arrested after one of the victims came forward to the police on Sunday.

The family has started a GoFundMe page where the money raised will be used to pay for medical costs and other needs for the children.Witnesses aid call for help is only months away

Homicide investigators investigating an almost year-long spree of vandalism that targeted churches that don’t host pastors, church workers and fundraising events say they actually have more faith in the spirits enabled by media coverage than they do in Marvel, Disney, CMC and Warner Brothers’.

Both the angle of the attacks versus the suspicious nature of their victims has emboldened authorities to review their tactics and more firmly establish a new scanner room.

Every guard . . . is wearing a camera. Witnesses say, ‘There’s 17 cameras ready to go’ if they wish to record the attackers while a camera is pointed in the air or fixed upon an individual, allowing police to identify the culprit.

The year’s more than 1,500 reported “vandalistic acts” totalled $67 million dollars, police say.

The attack at Old North Park Church occurred after Charlotte Urban Village’s year-end fundraising gala in October.

Dozens of people were on “lockdown” — wanted poster yellow crosses on their cars and property — for their role in a campaign that created extensive damage to historic buildings,

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