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A judge set a bond requirement of $25,000 on Tuesday for the pretrial release of Lowell Andrew Johnson, 64, of Lexington Park on an indictment charging him with sexually abusing four children.

Johnson was placed on paid leave from his job as a Great Mills High School social studies teacher after he was arrested last month on initial district court charging papers alleging he committed sexual offenses with two of the girls while they were in his care as a foster parent. St. Mary’s detectives filed a statement of probable cause alleging that a teenager disclosed that Johnson sexually fondled her as she was sleeping, on about three occasions between the summer of 2010 and early last year, and that a woman told police that she had intercourse with the suspect several times while she was a teenager living at his home, including in 2006, in a neighborhood off Pegg Road.

JOHN WHARTON