January 4, 2014 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Grand Rapids gospel singer Marvin Sapp claimed that missing Kalamazoo doctor Teleka Patrick had an obsession with him, prompting him to file a personal protection order against her, court records show.
Patrick, 30, was last seen the night of Dec. 5 when she was dropped off at her car in the Borgess Medical Center parking lot. That car was later found abandoned in Indiana.
In a personal protection order request, Grammy-nominated gospel singer and Grand Rapids pastor Marvin Sapp wrote that Patrick was stalking him.
Sapp said in the document that Patrick began contacting him before she moved to West Michigan from California.
“She has moved from CA to MI,” Sapp wrote in part in the PPO request. “Joined my church, contacts my children, and has been to my home.”
And, he wrote, she was claiming him as her husband.