ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WKRG) — A previous church youth director accused of illegally filming a teenaged boy in a church bathroom and possessing kid pornography is back in jail for the third time in less than two months.
David Nims, former volunteer youth director at Calvary Baptist Church, is getting held in the Escambia County jail on 8 counts of video voyeurism.
The most recent prices occur following investigators located much more than 180 movies on memory playing cards in Nims’ possession. These movies had been recorded applying a concealed camera, investigators say.
The videos showed the two older people and youngsters making use of the bathroom fully uncovered.
“The eight victims that we identified most lately, 4 of which were juveniles, that’s what will make it a felony. They had been below 16 many years old and it happened at three distinctive locations,” mentioned Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons. “Some I think had been at the church, some have been at Nims’ household and some had been at his wife’s position of perform.”
Simmons stated he doesn’t not imagine these films have been shared with other individuals but extra victims are feasible.
Nims, 38, was at first arrested June 7 when a 14-year-aged boy uncovered a hidden digital camera just after utilizing the lavatory at the church, found off Pine Forest Highway.
Nims was arrested all over again June 11 following investigators say they located a lot more than 100 illustrations or photos of youngster porn in his possession.
Simmons said cameras are only getting more compact and Nims’ scenario is a reminder that it could happen to you.
“Churches are protected to go to, but that does not imply we can not be weary of some of our surroundings,” he reported. “All you will need is a pc, a camera, and a warped feeling of morality to do this type of issue. The only detail I can say is search around and be mindful of your surroundings.”
WKRG News 5 arrived at out to Calvary Baptist for a remark about Nims’ most modern arrest. We have not listened to back again.
Nims is getting held in the Escambia County jail on an $80,000 bond.