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STACK OF BIBLES: Pastor Claims Innocence After Being Found In Car With Naked Man Bound In Ropes [VIDEO]

Pittsburgh’s CBS affiliate reports: A Homestead-area pastor is being accused of open lewdness and indecent exposure, but he says what police say happened is not what really happened. Officers were sent to the 800 block of Beechland Street around 11:30 p.m. Friday for a report of a suspicious vehicle parked outside of a home. According... The post STACK OF BIBLES: Pastor Claims Innocence After Being Found In Car With Naked Man Bound In Ropes [VIDEO] appeared first on Joe.
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