PENDLETON, Ind. (AP) — The technology director at the Indiana Department of Correction has been charged with molesting a child at his home on prison property.
Thomas Francum, who was suspended in August when the home in central Indiana was searched by investigators, is accused of molesting a child over a six-year period, state police said Wednesday.
Francum, 51, was released on bond after his arrest.
His attorney’s office declined to comment Thursday.
Francum lived in a leased home on the grounds of the Pendleton Correctional Facility in Madison County.
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