Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Pastor Tony Malbrough Arrested In Child Sex Abuse Case


Incidents occurred while giving music lessons, say police:

Maryland state police have arrested a 44-year-old pastor on child sexual abuse charges.

Tony Ray Malbrough, of Indian Head, was jailed after a 14-year-old boy called police and told them that he had been sexually abused for years by Malbrough while receiving music lessons at his home.

During a subsequent investigation police learned more disturbing information that there may have been more victims that had been abused by the saintly hands of the good ol' preacher.

Malbrough, who claims to have been a pastor for over 17 years, is married and currently has three children. He is affiliated with the New Community Church of God In Christ.

Up until his arrest his position at the church was "Minister of Music".

I would have linked a video of one of his sermon's here via his YouTube page, but unfortunately there doesn't appear to be any sound on them. Malbrough often uses the screename "pianomanmd" online.

On a separate MySpace account devoted to his church, Malbrough states he has previously served in various positions including, choir president & director, worship leader, Sunday school superintendent, teacher and youth mentor.

He has been charged with second-degree child abuse, third-degree sex offense, fourth-degree sex offense, and possession of child pornography.

Investigators ask that if you know of any more information on this case or know someone who may have been abused by Malbrough to call them at 301-609-6558.

1 comment:

  1. Wake up churchgoers!

    There is a reason for the many children being sexually abused at churches. There are over 5-6 million non-convicted sex offenders in the USA and 600,000 registered offenders.

    The question congregations want to know is how many of these offenders attend church?

    According to Steve Vann, an expert who has invested thousands of hours evaluating church sex offenders and studying church sexual abuse research, there are more sex offenders attending churches than churches. About one sixth of the non-convicted and one fifth of the registered sex offenders attend church.

    Church need accountability!

    Thank you for you blog. It is time for churchgoers to take action and demand accountability.

    Greg

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