Burned Church Was Suing City Of Holly Springs

HOLLY SPRINGS, MS (Ben Caxton) — The church that burned down Wednesday was suing the city of Holly Springs on gathering restrictions amid the coronavirus outbreak. First Pentecostal Church Pastor Jerry Waldrop alleged that police officers disrupted a church bible study and Easter service. Holly Springs’ city attorney said nearly 40 parishioners inside the church building were not practicing social distancing on April 10 when a violation citation was issued for the church. Marshall County investigators believe the fire was set intentionally; sheriff’s deputies found graffiti in the church parking lot that read “bet you stay home now you hypocrites.”


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