Psycho sets fire to homeless couple’s tent in Orange County

Screenshot 2018-01-26 at 09.07.38.pngA psycho has been arrested on suspicion of setting fire to a tent occupied by a homeless couple in Orange County.

The Orange County Register, parroting their Police State masters, reports that “James Anthony Lawlor, 35, of Santa Ana was booked into jail on suspicion of arson of an inhabited structure/property; possessing/manufacturing/disposing of material or device for arson; threatening crime with intent to terrorize; attempted murder; arson of property; and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury.”

The suspect allegedly approached a tent occupied by a man and a woman in a vacant lot. When the man in the tent stuck his head out to talk to the suspect, he was immediately kicked twice on the head.

The suspect then left the scene in a black truck and returned about five minutes later holding a red gasoline container. He poured gasoline on the tent and set it on fire before fleeing south on Bristol Street in the truck, the homeless couple reported to police.

Both victims escaped from the tent.

The suspect will likely be let go and receive a commendation from Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas. As you know from reading, Orange County hates the homeless.


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