Arrest made in church arson and vandalism case

| October 16, 2011

Police say 19-year-old Coleman Miller left a lot of marks inside a Russell County church that he is accused of breaking into and vandalizing, and maybe even some marks he didn’t quite intend on leaving.

Along with burned Bibles and spray painted symbols, Miller’s shoes may have left a really good impression on the church floor.

“From some of the damage done inside the church, they were able to take a really good print, from what I was told. Kind of like the Cinderella story, they went looking for shoes,” said Allen Gosser, who attends Coffey Hill Friendship Church.

Yet, there’s no fairy tale ending for Miller. He’s now in jail on a $100,000 bond accused of arson and theft. But the church has a message for him.

“Just to let him know, no hard feelings. We as a church, as a community, we love you, we forgive you,” said Gosser.

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