Judge Grants Supervised Visitation to Former Preschool Teacher Facing Felony Charge

A former preschool teacher, Chris Tedstone, who is facing a child sex-assault charge has been granted limited and supervised visitation rights to see his own children through the holiday season by a Pitkin County district judge. Tedstone's wife filed a motion seeking modification to the bond condition, which prevented him from being in physical proximity of anyone under 18, so he could see his children, who are not alleged victims or witnesses in the criminal case. The district attorney objected to the request, expressing concerns for the safety of the children and community, but the judge granted two hours of supervised visitation daily with Tedstone's wife present at all times. The case is still under investigation, and Tedstone is next due in district court on January 3.

Source: Aspen Daily News