Pastor arrested for writing bad checks
BATON ROUGE - City police arrested a pastor, accused of writing bad checks.
According to investigators, 25-year-old Joshua Lamb stole money from the True Fellowship Christian Church on Plank Road, where he is a pastor and musician.
Baton Rouge police said Lamb tried to cash several bad checks, each worth $450. Lamb forged the signature of another pastor of the same church, according to detectives.
Lamb has been charged with identity theft, felony theft and forgery.
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