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Rockwall Church Volunteer & Former Preschool Teacher Arrested on Child Sex Crime Charges: Meet Natalie Sorrells

by Quincy Thomas
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A church volunteer in Rockwall is at the focus of a criminal investigation, accused of aggravated sexual assault on a kid. Natalie Sorrells, a 44-year-old realtor and youth worker at Lakepointe Church, was detained on suspicion of atrocious actions against a minor.

According to police records, Sorrells is suspected of two counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child and two acts of indecency with child sexual contact in Heath, which has left the town in shock and dismay. The charges, based on instances purportedly occurring outside of church grounds, have sent shockwaves through the close-knit community.

Lakepointe Church quickly started to reassure its members and the general public about the situation. The church highlighted that no inappropriate activity occurred in its facilities and clarified that the minor involved was not directly supervised by Sorrells during her volunteer work.

The church emphasized its commitment to safety and accountability by requiring all volunteers to go through rigorous screening processes such as security clearances, background checks, and thorough training programs. Despite these precautions, the alleged misbehavior has raised major concerns about the efficiency of such systems in protecting vulnerable congregation members.

The arrest of Natalie Sorrells serves as a sobering reminder of the possible hazards that volunteer-based organizations face, necessitating a rethinking of existing safety protocols within religious groups. 


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Stephen L Wilson March 5, 2024 - 2:14 pm

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Natalie should be presumed innocent until proven otherwise by our justice system. Keep in mind she was first detained based on a complaint to law enforcement, and later arrested subsequent to a brief police investigation. At present we do not know exactly what acts were alleged to have been perpetrated by Natalie, nor what evidence, if any, that law enforcement found during the investigation. It may be nothing more that statements made by the alleged victim, and likely the parent(s). Should the District Attorney’s office find the evidence is compelling the a case will be presented to a grand jury who will issue an indictment or no bill. If the former, then athe case will be presented to a judge for trial.

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Amy March 5, 2024 - 8:53 am

Disgusting

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Julie March 5, 2024 - 8:53 am

Weirdo

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