Police Recorded License Plates of Easter Churchgoers Despite Court Order, Nails Dumped in Parking Lots

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Police Recorded License Plates of Easter Churchgoers Despite Court Order, Nails Dumped in Parking Lots

Kentucky Christians who attended drive-in services on Easter – despite warnings from the governor to stay home over the coronavirus pandemic – were met by police presence and nails dumped in the road, the pastor of a Kentucky church said.

Kentucky churchgoers met with nails on road, police record license plates for Easter Sunday service

On Easter Sunday, a Kentucky church that defied coronavirus orders from Gov. Andy Beshear by holding an in-person service was met with a heavy police presence and nails at the entrance of the parking lot. Dr. Jack Roberts, the pastor of Marysville Baptist Church, arrived to find “at least one box of nails” blocking each entrance of the parking lot, the Louisville Courier-Journal reports.