Hagerstown man charged with arson threat, disorderly conduct
By By Heather Cobun and Times Staff Writer
Apr 21, 2014 | 7:30 PM
A Hagerstown man was arrested after allegedly banging on the door of a Manchester residence early Sunday morning and threatening to set a fire when he was asked to leave.
Noelle Quintton Green, 25, is charged with arson threat and disorderly conduct, according to charging documents.
Green was released from the Carroll County Detention Center after posting $5,000 bond, according to electronic court files.
Police were dispatched to a Manchester address at approximately 4:15 a.m. Sunday for an attempted burglary and threat of arson, according to the documents.
The alleged victim told police an individual she did not know, later identified as Green, had allegedly woken her by knocking on the door loudly and demanded entrance to the residence, according to the documents.
When the victim told Green that she did not know him or who he was looking for and asked him to leave, Green allegedly screamed that he would not leave and repeatedly stated that he "would burn it down first," according to the documents.
The victim also told police that Green allegedly continued to attempt to open the front door and also tried to open a nearby bedroom window, according to the documents.
When police arrived, Green was located approximately 50 feet from the victim's residence walking down the sidewalk, according to the documents. Police allegedly detected a strong odor of alcohol.
Green was also released on citation for driving under the influence of alcohol earlier in the evening in Westminster, according to Westminster City Police.