Air Force Members Painted Satanic Symbols on Historic Church, Police Say

Four U.S. Air Force service members allegedly spray-painted satanic symbols on a historic South Carolina church, authorities said.

The suspects were arrested Thursday less than a day after law enforcement officials publicized a surveillance photo of the Sept. 29 incident at the Salem Black River Presbyterian Church in Mayesville, Sumter County, sheriff’s spokesman Ken Bell said in a statement.

Bell said Kayla Eilerman, 18, of Ingleside, Texas; Clayre Savage, 18, of Port Barre, Louisiana; Daveion Green, 19, of Leeland, North Carolina; and Brandon Munoz, 20, of Baltimore are now charged with trespassing, criminal conspiracy and malicious injury to a house of worship. It is unclear if Eilerman, Savage, Green and Munoz have lawyers.




Image: Clockwise from left; Clayre Savage, Brandon Munoz, Kayla Eilerman, and Daveion Green, Airmen from Shaw Air Force Base

Clockwise from left; Clayre Savage, Brandon Munoz, Kayla Eilerman, and Daveion Green, Airmen from Shaw Air Force Base arrested on charges that they spray-painted Satanic graffiti on a rural church.