With his family in tears sitting behind him, accused child molester Robert B. Adams made his first court appearance this morning but did not enter a plea and his case was set to Oct. 7.
After the brief appearance, his attorney, Linda Parisi, said she was shocked and saddened that charges had been filed against the former principal of Creative Frontiers School in Citrus Heights.
Photo gallery: Allegations of molestation at Creative Frontiers School
Adams, who was booked into Sacramento County jail briefly Thursday night, until he posted $250,000 bail, did not enter a plea today but has said he is not guilty of any wrong doing.
The conditions of his release from jail include a provision that he not come into contact with any children under 18 or come within 1,000 feet of the Creative Frontiers campus.