DURANT, Okla. (KTEN) — A former Durant Middle School employee was in jail after being charged with child sexual abuse.

Durant police said they were notified last week by Durant Independent School District Superintendent that Ryan Capps of Kingston had allegedly been involved in an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old girl.

Police detective Brandon Mitchell said an arrest warrant for Capps, 24, was issued Wednesday on charges of sexual abuse of a child and indecent proposals of a child under 16. He turned himself in to Calera police on Wednesday afternoon. He was then transferred to the Bryan County Jail for processing.

"He will have a court date scheduled, and he has the ability to post bond," Mitchell said.

Capps posted $500,000 bond and was released.

"It's still going," Mitchell said. "We're looking into things that more charges could be coming down the road."

Durant ISD declined to comment on the case, but confirmed that Capps is no longer employed by the school district.

A middle school parent who did not wish to be identified voiced her concern about the developments.

"I know this person has spent time with my daughter, and I know we've not been notified about anything," she said. "So how many other victims are there?"

"If they have any concerns that their child was a victim or know something about it, then they need to go through their phone, speak to their children and definitely report it to the police department," Mitchell said.

Capps' Twitter account described him as a "Christ-follower, assistant football, basketball and track coach."

Capps graduated from Kingston High School and Southeastern Oklahoma State University.