Man drives into Ten Commandments monument in Arkansas Capitol, streams it on FacebookAn arrest report (PDF) said the suspect was booked at 7:30am local time on suspicion of "defacing objects of public interest," criminal trespass, and criminal mischief. Another Facebook video published Wednesday before the crash showed Reed speaking about Jesus and the separation of church and state.
Three years ago, a Ten Commandments replica outside Oklahoma's Capitol was also toppled when Reed crashed into it. He was not formally charged and instead was treated for mental health issues.
In the latest incident, Reed reportedly set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise $20,000 to purchase a new vehicle after the caper.
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