Bond has been reduced for the former city clerk of Lawton, Iowa who is charged in Dakota County in a child sex case.
A judge reduced bond Wednesday for 61-year-old Douglas Furlich from $250-thousand to 10 per cent cash of $100,000 dollars.
Furlich has pleaded not guilty to a felony count of child enticement by use of an electronic communications device.
The Nebraska State Patrol says Furlich posted an ad online saying he was “looking for a younger guy.”
An undercover officer responded, pretending to be a 15-year-old boy.
The Lawton City Council later fired Furlich after his arrest.
A pre-trial hearing for Furlich was postponed until September 21st at his attorney’s request.