Dec 7, 2012
A Houston man accused of sexually abusing his ex-girlfriend’s young daughter over a four-year period once worked for CPS and as a minister.
Alexander Adams Jackson, 50, is charged with indecency with a child.
KHOU 11 News has learned that Jackson worked for CPS from 2008 to 2011 as a foster parent recruiter. He went to church congregations to recruit and train couples to become foster parents.
CPS said Jackson did not have contact with children during his time as a foster parent recruiter. But they are now looking further into his employment history.
We’ve also learned that Jackson once served as a minister at a small church in Galveston. The church rented a small chapel at the time, but is apparently no longer active.
According to court documents, the girl told police Jackson started abusing her in January 2006 when she was seven.
This article was posted: Friday, December 7, 2012 at 11:46 am