TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - Police say a Sunday school teacher at a local church was robbed by the pastor of that church and his family while teaching her class on Sunday.
The robbery occurred at St. Paul Zion Church located on 954 Belmont around 10:30 a.m.
Police say Nickema Turner was teaching Sunday school when the the pastor's wife, Zelda Morris, and daughter, 19-year-old Kamali Morris, assaulted her.
Turner told police personal property was stolen from her by Zelda. She also told police that during the assault, Pastor Anthony Morris pulled out a gun and threatened to kill her.
Turner was treated at the scene and told police she would follow up with medical treatment if necessary.
Anthony and Zelda turned themselves in Tuesday and were each being held on a $75,000 bond.
The couple is currently out of jail on bond, Wednesday, and were ordered a no contact order with the alleged victim. Anthony is on a ankle monitor.
19-year-old Kamali Morris, the couples daughter, appeared in court with attorney, but was not arrested. She was given a later court date to appear.