ARSON: So Ugly his Mother Might Not Love Quinton Palmore After His Arrest for the Arson of her Home
WALDORF, MD. – Usually an ugly son would still be loved by his mother but that might not be the case after fire investigators in Maryland charged a man with the arson of his mommy’s home.
The Office of the State Fire Marshal and the Charles County Sheriff’s Office have arrested Quintin Rene Palmore, 20, of 3433 Blakely Street, Waldorf, Md., in connection to a small fire that took place on May 2, 2019.
Fire investigators say that Palmore’s mother, Renee Speight, contacted authorities after he proceeded to ignite her living room on fire using paper towels and a cigarette lighter, in response to an argument they were having. This significantly jeopardized the lives of five other residents inside the home at the time of the fire. Palmore fled the scene before authorities arrived.
Early in the morning of May 3, 2019, fire marshals and Charles County Sheriff deputies were called back to the residence and placed Palmore under arrest after he attempted to re-enter the home.
He is charged by Deputy Fire Marshal John Tennyson with Arson First Degree, a felony with the maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and up to $50,000 in fines. He is also charged with Malicious Destruction of Property under $1,000 and five counts of Reckless Endangerment.
Palmore is currently being held without bond at the Charles County Jail. Taxpayers will be overjoyed to learn that they will be paying for the free attorney for this dirtbag when he appears in court on May 31, 2019. Another bond hearing is set for May 6, 2019.
Palmore had an active bench warrant for him after he failed to appear in court on April 11, 2019 to answer charges of burglary, rogue and vagabond, and disorderly conduct in PG County Circuit Court.
In the event that Palmore gets bond granted from the Peoples Republic of Maryland, and the Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary, he would be not be allowed back in momma’s place as she obtained a domestic violence peace order from a District Court Judge in Charles County ordering him to stay the hell away.