Two suspects arrested in connection to Caroline Co. vehicle arson, third suspect wanted

DENTON, Md. – The Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office has conducted an extensive investigation into an early morning vehicle fire that happened back in December, and as a result two people have been arrested.

Officials say a 2008 Nissan Altima on Baker Road in Denton was destroyed by the fire during the early morning hours on December 26, 2018. The investigation led officials to learn that three suspects were behind the blaze, identified as 22-year-old Kayona Glover, 38-year-old Paul Lovett, and 39-year-old Perry White.

On April 8th, Glover was located in Ocean City and taken into custody, where she was charged with second degree arson, conspiracy to commit second degree arson, malicious burning in the first degree, malicious destruction of property in the first degree, and obstructing with a fire marshal investigation. She is currently being held without bond at the Caroline County Detention Center and could face up to 51 years and/or $67,500 in fines if convicted.

On April 9th, Lovett was arrested with assistance from the Cambridge Police Department. He is charged with second degree arson, conspiracy to commit second degree arson, malicious burning in the first degree and malicious destruction of property in the first degree. He is currently being held at the Dorchester County Detention Center and could face up to 48 years and/or $67,500 in fines if convicted.

Officials are asking for the public’s help in locating the third suspect, Perry White. According to the Office of the State Fire Marshal, it is believed that White is currently in Delaware. Anyone with information on White’s whereabouts should either contact their local police department, the Office of the State Fire Marshal Upper Eastern Regional Office at 410-822-7609, or the Arson Hotline at 1-800-492-7529.

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