LINDSBORG — The Kansas Army National Guard is investigating after a private, Gabriel Wilson, 19, admitted to being involved when chalk messages, including some that were racially offensive, were written on the sidewalks of Bethany College on September 3, according to Katie Horner with the Kansas Adjutant General’s office.
Wilson is a member of Company B-2137 Infantry in Wichita.
The FBI notified the Kansas National Guard of Wilson’s actions after they investigated his involvement with hanging posters in Kansas City for the new alternative right group Identity Evropa.
The Lindsborg Police Department is not pressing charges against Wilson, according to Horner.
The KBI and FBI are still investigating possible charges.
Horner said the Army National Guard policy does not prevent someone from belonging to such a group but active participation in group activities that advocate supremacist or extremist doctrine is not allowed.
The guard is expected to take action against Wilson. “The highest form of punishment would be a discharge,” she said.