Churches of God Pastor Arrested for Child Pornography, Putting His Face on Images

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Steve Dunn is an “Intentional Interim Pastor” with the Eastern Regional Conferences of the Churches of God. He is currently the Interim Executive Pastor of Hanover Pennsylvania Church of God, which boasts a thousand members and is near Gettysburg. Dunn is also the founder and director of Bridgebuilders Ministries, which is a ministry designed to train people in evangelism and discipleship. Dunn was recently arrested for being in possession of child pornography. Disturbingly, he had transposed his image on several faces in the photography.

The Office of the Attorney General’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigated Dunn (who is 68) and subsequently filed the charges against him. Dunn had used a search engine to search for images, and the search engine then provided an IP address to investigators who traced it to Dunn’s internet provider, who revealed his identity to law enforcement.

After searching Dunn’s home, law enforcement found more than 50 printed images of sexually explicit content, at least ten of which included children. The images had Dunn’s face placed upon them using photoshop or some other method, and depicted sado-masochism and abuse.

Dunn was charged with 10 counts of felony possession of child pornography and one count of criminal use of a communication facility, and he’s being held on $200,000 in bail.

There has been no statement from the Church of God at this time. The Church of God is a charismatic and Arminian denomination founded in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.



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