Killeen: Man Arrested In Church Vandalism Charged

A man arrested after a vandal spray-painted a Killeen church remained jailed Friday.

Jeremy Ramon Arbes (Jail photo)

KILLEEN (November 16, 2012)—Jeremy Ramon Arbes of Stanton, Calif., remained in the Bell County Jail Friday, charged with graffiti pecuniary loss after a vandal spray-painted a Killeen church.

His bond was set at $20,000.

Arbes was arrested Tuesday after an employee of Central Christian Church at 1301 Trimmier Rd. in Killeen saw a man through a window that had been spray-painted pink

Officers arrived just after 7:30 a.m. Tuesday and found the man behind the church.

One of the messages the man left on the church read, "Metal = Death."

The man claimed to be the ambassador to Guam, church members said.

"He had a huge container of Bud Light, he had his shoes and socks off he was on his knees and he was just going to town having a good time and he was surprised by the police who roared up and captured him," Pastor Mark Bushor said.

Bushor said a church member was working to clean up the graffiti.

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