A pastor and director of youth programs for a church in northwest Florida has been arrested following the discovery of a camera in a temple bathroom. Local media this Wednesday.
David Nimes, 37, was arrested after a 14-year-old boy discovered a camera under a laundry room and pointed to a toilet in the bathroom. Templo Calvary Baptist Church, He then alerted a religious leader, who called the police.
Officers reviewed the video of the camera and found that the little one had been recorded in the bathroom, where he could be seen disassembling the camera from another bathroom, so authorities did not rule out that it had been used in too many places.
Later, officers executed a search warrant at the bishop’s home, where “numerous electronic devices” were seized and analyzed by detectives. To determine if NIMS is subject to further charges.
The pastor faces charges of vortexing, but according to Eskombia County Sheriff Chip Simmons, Officials did not rule out additional charges.
As head of the church’s youth programs, Nimes worked with minors until he was 14 years old.
Walt Mahaha, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, said his congregation was “saddened” by the allegations against Nimes and would extend his support to the victims.
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