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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……Final viewing of the controversial Bishop Ronald Elwood Hill Brown
Viewing Location: Faith Tabernacle Deliverance Temple, 1161 Amelia Street, Orangeburg, South Carolina
Viewing Date and Time: Friday, 05/17/2019, 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Funeral Location: South Atlantic Seventh-Day Adventist Convention Center, 524 Neeses Highway, Orangeburg, South Carolina.
Funeral Date and Time: Saturday, 05/18/2019, 12:00 p.m.
Interment Location: Crestlawn Memorial Gardens, 4830 Crestlawn, Orangeburg, South Carolina
It seems that he like Eddie Long was able to ever live down the accusations of sexual misconduct with young boys. Do you remember the following:
The Orangeburg minister has been arrested and accused of multiple counts of committing lewd acts on at least two teenagers this month.
Bishop Ronald Elwood Hill Brown of 2279 Chestnut St. was taken before Orangeburg City Judge Barney Houser for a bond hearing after 10 warrants were served against the minister.
On Wednesday, Houser set Brown’s bond at $57,500, collectively, “due to the seriousness of the charges and the number of charges,” he said
At the time of the incident 58-year-old Brown is charged with four counts of committing a lewd act on a minor, four counts of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, disseminating obscene material to a minor and one count of simple assault and battery.
“Do you understand the charges?” Houser asked.
“Yes, sir,” Brown said.
“You’re entitled to a jury trial,” Houser said. “You’re entitled to counsel. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you.”
Brown “was pastor of a local church” in the Orangeburg area, Department of Public Safety Capt. Mike Adams said. The name of the church was not being released because “the church has nothing to do with the charges,” Adams said.
However, Brown’s personal Web site, which touts him as a pastor, teacher, evangelist and even an apostle, indicates the Orangeburg man is part of an organization called Faith Tabernacle Deliverance Temple Inc.
“Apostle Brown, as was Abraham, is a ‘friend of God,'” the Web site says of Brown. “He not only knows the ways of God, but he understands the mind of God, and that is evident in his teaching as he exhorts audiences concerning how God feels about certain behaviors, conditions and situations.”
Prior to Houser’s decision on bond, First Assistant Solicitor Tommy Scott asked that several conditions be applied to “a bond that is appropriate.”
The prosecutor asked that Brown be required to surrender his passport, stay away from the victims and give a three-day notice if he plans on leaving town.
“It is my understanding that Mr. Brown travels to go to conventions to preach at other churches,” Scott said. “We also ask that Mr. Brown be refrained from encouraging parishioners in the church (to contact) the victims.”
“No comment at this time or any other time,” Toal said.
About a dozen people in the courtroom said they were associated with Brown in some way, through the church or as acquaintances. However, none of those asked wished to comment.
An investigation into the matter began about four weeks ago, Adams said, after two teenagers went to police.
“These arrests (warrants) stem from a lengthy investigation in which two persons, a 14-year-old and a 17-year-old, filed criminal complaints with our agency,” Adams said. “Based on that investigation, these warrants were presented to a neutral and detached judge, who found there was enough probable cause for the warrants.”
Those warrants were served on Brown late Tuesday, Adams said, when the minister was taken into custody.
“At one point, we flew investigators over a thousand miles to interview people connected with this case,” Adams said.
Details about the alleged incidents are being withheld. But Adams did say they could be described as “inappropriate and unsolicited intimate contact” between Brown and the two teenagers.
Brown became the second Orangeburg church official to be arrested this month on sexual misconduct charges,
On June 14, 52-year-old Paul R. Zellmer of 595 Limit St., foreign missions director (Southwest Conference) for the Southern Methodist Association, was charged with disseminating obscene material to a Colleton County minor female via the Internet.
Zellmer, like Brown, was later released on bond.
Meanwhile, Houser ordered Brown to answer roll call during the Aug. 8 term of General Sessions Court.