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Springdale preacher charged in sex-with-minor case

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40/29 reports federal Homeland Security agents have arrested Timothy Lee Reddin, 67, a Springdale Baptist pastor, on a charge of attempting to meet with a minor for sex. He was communicating online with an undercover officer, according to the report.

From 40/29:

According to the Turner Street Baptist Church website, Reddin is currently a pastor there.

The Ecclesia College website also lists Reddin as a faculty member, as of 2017.

The probable cause report also says Reddin was arrested and convicted in 2000 for possession of child pornography.

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