Presbyterian Church Employee Fired After Arrest

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Presbyterian Church has fired an employee after his arrest on a sex charge.

The Reverend Dennis Cobb was charged earlier this month with second-degree indecent exposure. The 50-year-old is accused of exposing himself to an undercover detective while in his vehicle at a park. He pleaded not guilty yesterday.

Cobb had worked for eight years at the Louisville church headquarters as manager of assembly programming.

A spokeswoman for the the church office says they have a "zero
tolerance" policy for sexual misconduct.

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