KENTON, Ohio (WCMH) — The man accused of kidnapping a 7-year-old last week in Hardin County was ordered held on a $750,000 bond and proclaimed “I have no money” when asked if he wanted a court-appointed attorney.

Charles Eugene Castle is facing a felony charge of kidnapping, accused of abducting 7-year-old Trinity Hurt from her home. If Castle posts bond, he faces additional restrictions of having to remain in Hardin County, wear an ankle monitor, observe a 5 p.m. curfew, and have no contact with the victim.

Prosecutors cited Castle’s felony record, which included drug cases, in requesting the bond, and in concurring, municipal court Judge Gregory A. Grimslid said he had previously issued bench warrants for Castle for failing to appear and called him a flight risk.

Castle answered “yes, sir” and “no, sir” to most questions posed to him but spoke more in saying he could not afford an attorney and in asking how he could be put in touch with one.

A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Friday.

Trinity, who was referred to as “T.H.” during the proceedings, was reported missing Thursday before she was found late Friday. She was said to have several bumps and bruises but was in good condition.

Detectives got a tip through a school resource officer that a landowner had noticed something suspicious in the area where Hurt was later found.

Kenton police had said that Hurt was considered endangered when she was reported missing. Several local agencies took part in a search, focusing on parks at France Lake and Saulisberry Park.

Kenton, which has a population of 8,100, is about 65 miles northwest of Columbus.