What I’m about to report sounds like a horror movie scenario.
And I’ve already watched a couple like this.
But this is a real-life event.
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Following the discovery of eight mentally and/or physically challenged persons trapped in the basement of a Georgia pastor, authorities arrested him and charged him with false imprisonment.
Curtis Keith Bankston, 55, and his wife, Sophia Simm-Bankston, 56, were running a “unlicensed group home” at the residence “under the cover of a church called as One Step of Faith 2nd Chance,” according to a Griffin Police Department press release.
Georgia pastor Curtis Bankston and his wife were arrested after police found 8 people with various disabilities locked in their basement with no way to escape.
The couple controlled their captives’ finances and public benefits.
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“All of the imprisoned persons, whose ages vary from 25 to 65, have subsequently been housed in proper accommodations,” the Georgia police reported.
“Griffin Fire was sent to help E.M.S. with a patient who was experiencing a seizure, according to the statement. It was necessary to enter via a window when “the employees realized the entrance door to the basement was double KEYED (dead bolted) to reach the patient.”
Firefighters alerted the Griffin Police Department to the incident, and an investigation ensued.”
Disguised as God’s senders and “caretaker”, the couple had ‘shut in’ up to eight people in the basement of this house on various occasions, according to preliminary evidence