A pastor from Arkansas is going through drug costs after police found he was utilizing meth at church along with his parishioners.
In response to the Kansas Metropolis Star, Lloyd Eddie Lasker Jr., 49, was charged with possession of a managed substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a gun by a convicted felon.
Police discovered Lasker at a gasoline station with meth on September 22. Lasker was present in his truck’s passenger seat and a second man, Timothy Bynum, standing close to the motive force’s aspect. After looking the car, cops discovered four grams of meth in a small baggie contained in the door panel, a pipe, one other machine for smoking, and extra meth on the passenger aspect flooring.
Simply days earlier, Conway Police Detective Brittani Little wrote that she was referred to as to the church on September 18 for a welfare examine. They had been trying to find Lasker as a part of the kid abuse investigation — when he admitted to performing a toddler exorcism.
He confessed that he tried “to exorcise the demon in (the kid) however he wouldn’t clarify how he did this.”
Within the police report, Little writes that she discovered an emaciated 21-month-old youngster “with a number of bruises from head to toe,” his mom and Lasker on the church. The kid is now within the ICU “with a mind bleed and excessive malnourishment,” in response to Little’s affidavit.