When you hear the word pastor, you immediately think of honesty, sacred practice, and spirituality. However, the number of people who exist to fool people in the name of religion are a dime a dozen. They attract the likes of helpless people and try to involve them in false practices and beliefs so that they can take what property and resources are remaining from these helpless people. The poor and needy become the main victims of such false claims and as a result, they are the ones who are prone to facing the consequences. Hispanic Pastor Norman Quintero was recently arrested for making these false claims.
Quintero was a self declared pastor, humanitarian, real estate broker, and a psychorepaist. That is certainly a lot of profession for one person to juggle simultaneously. In November 2020, it was reported that Pastor Quintero was illegally occupying the Aliso Viejo property and therefore, the Orange County court ruled this action illegal and issued his statement of arrest on March 23,2021. His accusations weren’t limited to making false claims of him being a pastor but it extended to criminal activties.
Pastor Norman Quintero Criminal History
Undergoing a criminal investigation, there were many cases of theft relating to Pastor Norman Quintero were reported which are as follows:-
- It was reported that he had stolen studio euipments which were worth a thousand dollars.
- Furthermore, he had also conducted theft on the 41 Columbia building in Aliso Viejo where he had stolen musical instruments like furnishings, a grand piano, and historic photographs.
There were no comments from Quintero himself thereafter given that he was in jail. He has been bailed on a grant of $458,000 and he is in custody. His hearing is yet to be conducted and he has been waiting for it. The public records after he got arrested state that Quintero was a Pastor but it later turned out that he had several professions which were assumingly fake.
The Florida police arrested Pastor Norman Quintero in February, 2012 according to public records. He was arrested for violence related to stalking and dating. A woman accused him of being in an intimate relationship with her for four years and at that time, he was her employer. Although the relationship ended soon after the end of her employment, it was reported that he continued to contact her against her will.