32 year-old Brandon McGlover of Temecula California was taken into custody last Wednesday on arson charges related to the Cranston Fire that’s currently sweeping across Southern California
According to the New York Times, “officers found Mr. McGlover driving in his car after they were alerted to look out for a white Honda sedan that could be connected to the fires. In the vehicle, the authorities found possible fire accelerants.” McGlover is charged with 15 counts of arson and his bail is set at $1 million.
As of this morning’s latest InciWeb update, the Cranston fire is measuring approximately 13,139 acres and is now 82% contained.
McGlover, who is suspected of being a so-called “fire-bug“ is facing a long prison sentence. But what’s worse– intentionally starting a wildfire that burns up innocent people’s homes and has the potential to actually kills people should guarantee someone a 100% free, express trip to hell.
Find the entire New York Times article here: Arson Suspect Arrested as Cranston Fire Rages in California