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Former teacher accused of kidnapping must surrender passport

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LAS VEGAS -- The former teacher accused of having a relationship with a teenage girl will have to surrender his passport and he cannot have contact with anyone under 18 years old, according to a district judge.

Melvyn Sprowson is facing charges of kidnapping, delinquency of a minor and lying to police, after police found a 16-year-old girl living at his home in November of last year. She was reported missing in August.

Sprowson bailed out of jail about a week ago, but during a hearing Monday, the judge added some conditions to his bail, including taking away his passport, restricting contact with anyone under 18 and he is not allowed to access the internet on any device.

Sprowson is staying with family in Oklahoma and he was not at Monday's hearing.

Sprowson was a kindergarten teacher at Wengert Elementary School at the time of his arrest.

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