Senate Candidate Warnock Arrested In 2002 Incident, Records, Reports Show

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U.S. Senate hopeful Rev. Raphael Warnock reportedly was arrested 18 years ago for “hindering and obstructing” a police investigation into suspected child abuse at a summer camp in Maryland that Warnock’s church at the time was the operator of.

Warnock, a Democrat seeking the seat of Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler in a Jan. 5 runoff election against the Republican, was “extremely uncooperative and disruptive” during questioning of camp counselors by police investigators, according to records of the incident obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Although all names from the report are redacted, it refers to “the reverends,” who were identified in a Baltimore Sun report at the time as Warnock and Rev. Mark Andre Wright of the Douglas Memorial Community Church, a prominent African American congregation in Baltimore.

The arrest has come to light after Warnock called Loeffler “a liar” at Sunday’s debate between the two when she mentioned the Democrat was charged in the incident at Camp Farthest Out in Woodbine, Maryland.

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