Former Youth Pastor Arrested for Privacy Invasion and Burglary


Former Youth Pastor Arrested for Privacy Invasion and Burglary

Medford Police report the arrest of 36-year-old Jacksonville resident Donald Courtney Biggs on two charges of privacy invasion and a single charge of second degree burglary.

Biggs was an Administrative Pastor at Mountain Church in Medford and oversaw the youth program there. Medford Police began investigating Biggs November 29th after allegations arose about his inappropriate texting with a 14-year-old girl. The Church placed Biggs on administrative leave during the investigation. He has since resigned.

The investigation confirmed the initial suspicions and revealed that Biggs was responsible for secretly video-recording a woman undressing at his home, as well.

Biggs was also questioned after police responded to a burglary alarm at the church on January 12th. That interview prompted the issue of a search warrant for Biggs’ Jacksonville home. Investigators were able to determine that Biggs was responsible for the church burglary aimed at stealing computer hard drives.

Biggs is currently lodged in the Jackson County Jail on $1,025,000 bail and could face additional charges. The investigation continues as allegations have recently surfaced accusing Biggs of video-recording other females around Jackson County, some underage without their consent.

Posted on 1/18/15 11:55AM by Tom Ray
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