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Pastor Calls his Relative to Report his Death to Police Before Committing Suicide, See Why he Killed Himself

A pastor is reportedly to have called his relative to call the police and report about his death before he went on and committed suicide.

Bryan Fulwider committed the offence on Sunday around 11:50 while out of jail on bond after being accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old churchgoer more than 100 times.

A relative called 911 on Sunday evening to report that she had received a text from the pastor.

“Please call the Altamonte Springs Police Department to report my death. Tell them that the door is unlocked. Also, check your email in a bit. I love you very much. I’m so sorry for everything. Love, Dad,” the woman told an emergency dispatcher.

Fulwider bonded out of jail on Oct. 16. He was facing numerous counts of sex abuse of a minor.

The alleged incidents happened from 2005 to 2010 while Fulwider was the pastor at First Congregational Church of Winter Park. By the time the allegations came to light, Fulwider no longer worked at the church.

Investigators were told that the first incident took place in his church office and led to the pastor and his victim having sex over 100 times in various parking lots, in hotels and during church trips.

It is reportedly said that he bought his 14-year-old victim a burner phone so he could speak with her secretly.

The ordained minister co-hosted a weekly radio show called “Friends Talking Faith with The Three Wise Guys” since 2012, which airs on Orlando’s NPR affiliate, 90.7 WMFE.

The station’s general manager said the program was put on hiatus.

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