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12-12-2016, 02:01 PM

Cops: Man faked 'KKK' hate crime, own kidnapping after lighting car on fire



Police say a Volusia County man faked a hate crime, set his ex-girlfriend's car on fire and then staged his own abduction to throw off detectives.

Vincent Palmer, 27, told detectives he taped a note with racial slurs and the words "KKK" and "Trump" written on it to his ex-girlfriend's mailbox early Saturday before throwing a brick through her car window and dousing the back seat in gasoline because they were having problems over the custody of their children, according to an arrest report.

Ormond Beach police and firefighters responded to the woman's home on Biltmore Drive shortly after 5:30 a.m. Saturday after she found her car on fire in the driveway. She told police a neighbor woke her up to make sure everyone in the house, where her family has lived since the 1970s, was safe.

Officers noticed brick in the back seat and called the State Fire Marshal's Office to investigate the fire as suspicious, a report states.

Police said the victim called Palmer to tell him what happened and he showed up while they were still at the scene. Officers didn't consider him a suspect at the time but said they noticed him acting suspicious, so they checked and found he had a warrant out for his arrest on child-support charges, according to the report.

The next morning, Daytona Beach police were called to a possible abduction after one of Palmer's relatives found a bloody note saying, "You will never see your grandson again alive" and "KKK," according to an arrest report. Palmer later told police that it was his blood.

Officers started searching for Palmer and found him at a Burger King in Ormond Beach, where he eventually confessed to the crimes, police said.

12-14-2016, 05:18 AM

Florida man faked a pro-Trump KKK hate crime, set his ex's car on fire, and then staged his own kidnapping in ransom note covered with his blood

Vincent Palmer III, 27, set his ex-girlfriend Stacie Winn's car on fire over the weekend after throwing a brick through the window
He also left a note for her and their four children, who are all under the age of five, which had the words 'KKK' and 'Trump' written on it
'I HAVE WATHED [ sic ] YOU FOR A LONG TIME YOU AND YOUR N***** KIDS DON'T Belong,' read the note left at her Ormond Beach, Florida home
Palmer then fled but returned when Winn called him to reveal what happened, at which point he was arrested on a warrant for failure to pay child support
He was released on Sunday at which point he faked how own kidnapping, again implying it was the work of the KKK
Police located him by pinging his telephone and tracing it to a nearby Burger King, at which point he confessed to setting the fire and leaving the note

Updated: 12:59 EST, 13 December 2016

Crime: Vincent Palmer III, 27, set his ex-girlfriend Stacie Winn's car on fire over the weekend after throwing a brick through the window (couple above with Winn's daughter from a previous relationship)

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