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GEORGIA: Church Members Ask Police to Retrieve Pastor's Cadillac

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Members of a Macon church have asked police to help them get the church's Cadillac back from a former pastor.

Harvey Hollingshed, a member of Greater Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, contacted police Monday, according to a police incident report.

He said Bibb County Superior Court Judge Tilman E. Self III had ordered ex-pastor Burnette R. Fulton to return all of the church's belongings within 48 hours on Oct. 1.

He said Fulton still had the church's 2003 Cadillac deVille, and presented papers showing that the church owned it. The car is valued at $15,000, the report says.

Police are investigating the case as a possible theft by conversion, according to the report.

Holingshed, Fulton, and Judge Self could not be reached for comment.