A man works at covering the hole in the entryway at the Central Christian Church in Henderson, Nev., Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Kevin Wilson, a disgruntled parishoner, plowed through the Central Christian Church entrance while behind the wheel of a Kia Spectra. Henderson police said that once inside, he continued driving and caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage to the megachurch. Wilson is behind bars after police say he became so enraged at being turned away from speaking with a pastor that he plowed his car through an entrance and down the hall of a large Henderson church. (AP Photo/Las Vegas Review-Journal, Jerry Henkel) LOCAL TV OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT; LAS VEGAS SUN OUT
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — A Las Vegas man is behind bars after police say he became so enraged at being turned away from speaking with a pastor that he plowed his car through an entrance and down the hall of a large Henderson church.
Kevin Wilson was being held Thursday on $8,000 bail at the Henderson city jail pending a court appearance Monday on felony burglary and destruction of property charges.
Henderson police say the 51-year-old Wilson got out of his Kia Spectra, smashed furniture and knocked holes in the walls at Central Christian Church before police arrested him about 5 a.m. Wednesday.
Police spokesman Keith Paul says a city building inspector later determined the church building remained structurally sound.
It wasn't immediately clear if Wilson had an attorney.
Information from: KLAS-TV, http://www.klas-tv.com