Four youthful individuals from the Air Force have been captured after experts said they shower painted sinister images on a 250-year-old South Carolina church that tends to attract individuals intrigued phantom stories. Presently they confront charges that could place them in jail.
The four suspects were captured late Thursday, not as much as a day after agents put out observation photographs of the vandalism at Salem Black River Presbyterian Church, Sumter County Sheriff’s representative Ken Bell said.
Otherworldly images and expressions were splash painted on the congregation’s sections and entryways on Sept. 29, causing about $3,000 in harm. The way to the congregation’s asylum likewise was kicked in, however appointees don’t think the suspects entered, Bell said.
Examiners aren’t sure why the four pilots from close-by Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter chose to harm the congregation, which shows up on the National Register of Historic Places. Be that as it may, Sheriff Anthony Dennis has said his specialty has needed to manage different issues caused by individuals who say the congregation is spooky.
The suspects are 18-year-old Kayla Eilerman of Ingleside, Texas; 18-year-old Clayre Savage of Port Barre, Louisiana; 19-year-old Daveion Green of Leeland, North Carolina; and 20-year-old Brandon Munoz of Baltimore. All are accused of trespassing, malevolent damage to a place of love and criminal trick, Bell said. Court records did not show in the event that they had attorneys.
The presumes confront at least a half year in jail if indicted the pernicious damage charge.
Salem Black River Presbyterian Church was established by Scotch-Irish pilgrims in 1759. The present block church was worked in the 1840s, with a slave display in the overhang. After the Civil War, previous slaves left and made their own congregation.
The congregation was one of around twelve places of love on a rundown kept by Dylann Roof as he investigated where he needed to confer his bigot slaughter in 2015. Rooftop in the long run went to Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, murdering nine admirers. He has been condemned to death.
The Air Force did not state what teach the suspects could confront, but rather said in an announcement that their conduct was not illustrative of their base.
“We believe we are a piece of this group, are glad to serve here and we are baffled to know about this episode,” said first Lt. Alannah Staver, representative for the twentieth Fighter Wing at Shaw.