A three-year joint investigation by Barrow County Sheriff’s Office investigators and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has resulted in a second arrest in the 2005 arson of New Life Deliverance Church in Barrow County.
Quincy Arnold, 49, of Lawrenceville, former pastor of the New Life Deliverance Church, was arrested Tuesday and charged with arson, conspiracy to commit a crime, party to the crime of vandalism to a place of worship, and insurance fraud.
Arnold was released from the Barrow County Detention Center on Wednesday after posting a $50,000 bond.
Last week, his son, Maurice Arnold, 24, was charged with arson in the church fire.
The investigation continues according to the BCSO.
sometimes the devils are in the church and the ones that are suppose to be leading others is what makes it so bad. I attended this church also and it's sad at the same time he is human and the bible does say, "we all have sinned and fallen short of his glory". Lift him up in prayer as well as Maurice and the rest of his family cause all things work out for the good of those who love the lord. Let God condemn this man not us for we are mere humans!!!!