Suspect “Moses” Claims to be Prophet from God, Charged with False Report, Agg Stalking
SPRING HILL – False allegation of sexual abuse can be devastating to a “suspect” even after they have been cleared of all wrong-doing. And in many cases the “scarlet letter” remains visible for a lifetime, and can have adverse effects on future relationships and careers.
Since November of 2016 a Spring Hill family has dealt with disturbing sexual allegations made by a man who says he is “A prophet from GOD.”
According to reports, late last year 30-year-old Joseph Anthony Moses was served a domestic violence injunction and ordered to have no contact with his ex-girlfriend, Rosa Lisk. Despite a Judge’s order he was arrested for aggravated stalking on November 6th after violating the injunction.
After his release from jail, Moses began sneaking onto Lisk’s property located on Bob Cat Drive in Weeki Wachee, where he would listen to Lisk and her new boyfriend Byron Pendleton’s conversations. While he was hiding on the property, he would call Rosa and repeat details of their conversation, stating that he received the messages from God and that he was a prophet sent to her from God.
Moses also alleged that Lisk’s 14-year-old daughter was being sexually abused by Pendleton and that it has been going on since she was 13. Moses also made several calls to the Department of Children and Families regarding the allegations, which led to a DCF investigation. Moses even claimed that Lisk’s daughter was pregnant with twins, which turned out to be false.
All parties were involved denied the allegations and Pendleton was cleared without being charged.
Investigators made contact with Moses at his home on Edgehill Ave where he was taken into custody for making false reports and aggravated stalking. He is currently held on a $12,000 bond at the Hernando County Jail.
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