Shultz still jailed; gets a bond

Brewton man first jailed without bond, given $500,000 bond on multiple child sex charges

After being originally jailed with no bond, a Brewton man charged with sexual abuse I, sodomy I, rape I, incest and aggravated surveillance involving an under-age girl remains in the Escambia County Detention Center but was issued a $500,000 bond Friday afternoon.

Jack Clarence Shultz, 50, 33 Matthew Lane, was originally denied a bond on May 30 by District Judge Eric Coale. However, Judge Coale set a pretrial detention hearing, also known as an Aniah's Law hearing for Friday, June 2, to see if he was entitled to a bond.

Shultz appeared before Judge Coale Friday with his attorneys Earnie White...