PINE BLUFF (KATV) — KATV content partner, the Pine Bluff Commercial reports that a Pine Bluff woman was arrested on drug-related charges Sunday after she began "speaking demonically" and said that "someone was going to die" after she entered a church.
28-year-old Brittany Snow-McAfee reportedly told Pine Bluff police officers Vernita Burns that Burns and all members of the church were "all devil's children" and that she (Snow-McAfee) was "there to take a soul."
According to a probable cause affidavit, when Officer Burns arrived at the Taylor Chapel at 600 Griderfield-Ladd Road, she saw Snow-McAfee standing beside a truck in the church driveway talking to a female member of the congregation.
The woman said she had called the police because some members of the congregation were afraid of Snow-McAfee because she was talking about the devil. The woman said Snow-McAfee was asked to leave several times but continued causing a disturbance.
When Officer Burns asked Snow-McAfee for her name, she said “Jesus” and complied when Burns told her to put her hands behind her back. She was then taken into custody.
Snow-McAfee also told police that she had been driving the truck. During an inventory prior to releasing the truck to a wrecker, Officer Burns found a glass smoking pipe that had burn marks and a substance that field-tested positive for Ecstasy.
The substance will be sent to the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory for analysis.
On Monday, Snow-McAfee was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct, and criminal trespassing.
She was released on a $5,000 bond.