The year-old said at age 9, Harper began touching her inappropriately. He was booked into the jail on suspicion of two counts of second-degree rape of a child. It also alleges that the church failed "to adequately supervise" Harper, "to timely adopt policies and procedures to identify potential and actual sexual offenders," "to properly investigate Harper 's background," and that the church "negligently empowered" him during his time as pastor. The plaintiff seeks "special and general damages in an amount to be proven at trial. The woman recently called and said the pastor had abused her from when she was 12 or 13 until , Wilson said. Other allegations surfaced Tuesday in a probable cause statement by relatives of the alleged victims. The man was sought based on the allegations of a girl and a woman now in her early 20s, Wilson said. He was a pastor at First Baptist Church from October until March, when he was fired after the allegations came to light. She, too, said Harper began giving her "inappropriate hugs" when she was 7, and it ultimately turned into sexual intercourse, with him showing her pornography from a computer and printed pictures. However, the lawsuit goes further, saying The Church in South Colby "knew or should have known" that Harper "was a pedophile," the documents said. The crimes reported by one of the women may be beyond the statute of limitations, Wilson said, and prosecutors may not be able to bring charges in that case. A parent of one of the year-olds said that Harper and his wife, Christine, had come to him last Thursday while in the church and that Harper "confessed to him that had been 'inappropriate with his daughter. On Friday, detectives served a search warrant at the property listed as Harper's home and The Church of South Colby, and seized Harper's daily planner, two receipts from his bedroom, and sofa pillows and covers from the church office where his alleged victims reported the abuse occurred, according to the search warrant affidavit. Neither is still a member of the pastor's congregation. The lawsuit describes, much like the Kitsap County Sheriff's detectives' reports in Harper's criminal charges, a pastor claiming to counsel the young woman when she was 12 but later sexually abusing her.