Missouri News: Former Church Employee, Nathaniel D. Nelson, Pleads Guilty to Arson



Fire, Racist Graffiti Used to Cover up Burglary

KANSAS CITY, MO – A former church maintenance worker pleaded guilty in federal court today to arson after setting a fire at Concord Cultural Center in Kansas City, Missouri and spray-painting racist graffiti on the front of the adjoining church, Concord Fortress of Hope, in an effort to cover up his burglary.

Nathaniel D. Nelson, 49, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Beth Phillips to the charge contained in a November 16, 2017, federal indictment.

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