A Georgia pastor who was arrested after protesting a high school's demon mascot says he will stop. Thirty-six-year-old Donald Crosby was protesting the Warner Robins High School mascot when he was arrested Monday. Crosby and supporters picked the opening day of classes to protest the pitchfork-wielding mascot.
Warner Robins police say they've charged pastor Donald Crosby with picketing without a permit for protesting Warner Robins High School's "Demon" nickname and mascot. Police spokeswoman Tabitha Pugh says 36-year-old Crosby was arrested on Monday after police told him he didn't have a permit, as required by the city.
A parent and pastor says Warner Robins High School needs to get rid of its mascot. He says its wrong to speak out against evil on Sunday and send son to school there on Monday. School officials say they have no plans to make changes.