Pastor Charged With Impersonating Police, Robbery and Kidnapping After Propositioning Men on Craigslist

Pastor Charged With Impersonating Police, Robbery and Kidnapping After Propositioning Men on Craigslist

A pastor in Colorado Springs, Colo., has been arrested and charged with posing as a U.S. marshal, kidnapping, and robbery after he allegedly arranged a meet-up with a gay man for casual sex via Craigslist, but then proceeded to pose as a member of law enforcement, taking the gay man’s possessions such as his laptop and cell phone.

The Rev. Michael Abromovich, pastor of Set Free Christian Ministry in Colorado Springs, appeared in a Denver courtroom Tuesday to face his charges of kidnapping, robbery and impersonating law enforcement, all of which are felonies. An investigative report conducted by the local CBS 4 News channel found that last fall, Abromovich was allegedly posting Craigslist ads under the name “Mike” propositioning men to meet him at local Denver motels to engage in casual sex.

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