A former U.S. attorney accused of stalking a former girlfriend will remain in jail until the charges against him are adjudicated after a Glynn County magistrate judge revoked his bond.

St. Simons Island lawyer Richard S. Thompson, former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Georgia, was in the Glynn County Detention Center in Brunswick after Magistrate Judge Alex Atwood revoked the $10,000 bond that allowed Thompson to remain free for a year on a pending aggravated stalking charge, a court clerk confirmed Friday.

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