Sunday school teacher attacked, robbed by pastor and family
On Feb. 18, 2018, a gun-wielding Ohio pastor and two of his family members robbed a Sunday school teacher at their church.
St. Paul’s Pastor Anthony Morris, along with his wife, Zelda Morris, and their 19-year-old daughter, Kamali Morris, have been charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, according to the Daily Mail.
Their daughter has yet to be located.
While 39-year-old Nickema Turner was in her class teaching over the weekend, the teen grabbed Turner by her hair.
“Zelda Morris then punched Turner in her face, police said, and the pastor then threw her to the ground. Police said Zelda Morris grabbed Turner's purse and took items including two prescription bottles, a stun gun and a cellphone," according to the Daily Mail.
“When Turner attempted to recover her belongings, Anthony Morris allegedly pulled out a gun and pointed it at her, police said. The woman told police the pastor threatened to kill her.”
The Morris family fled the church before police arrived at the scene.
Zelda Morris told police that they attacked Turner as a result of an affair between Turner and her husband, Anthony Morris.
Turner had only minor injuries and was treated on the scene.