A Lexington pastor is accused of paying the mortgage on his house, shown here from the rear, with $100,000 of a large donation to his church, according to a new lawsuit. The house at 314 Sycamore Lane was bought for $530,000 in 2016, property records show. Rev. Cameron McDonald and his wife, Erica, incorporated a nonprofit organization Sycamore Lane Ministries at the same address. The property includes a 4,104-square-foot house with a log exterior that was built in 2006.
A Lexington pastor is accused of paying the mortgage on his house, shown here from the rear, with $100,000 of a large donation to his church, according to a new lawsuit. The house at 314 Sycamore Lane was bought for $530,000 in 2016, property records show. Rev. Cameron McDonald and his wife, Erica, incorporated a nonprofit organization Sycamore Lane Ministries at the same address. The property includes a 4,104-square-foot house with a log exterior that was built in 2006. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
A Lexington pastor is accused of paying the mortgage on his house, shown here from the rear, with $100,000 of a large donation to his church, according to a new lawsuit. The house at 314 Sycamore Lane was bought for $530,000 in 2016, property records show. Rev. Cameron McDonald and his wife, Erica, incorporated a nonprofit organization Sycamore Lane Ministries at the same address. The property includes a 4,104-square-foot house with a log exterior that was built in 2006. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

New lawsuit against Lexington pastor accuses him of embezzling $100,000

February 20, 2018 11:50 AM