West Palm Beach Man Charged for Attempted First-Degree Murder After Shooting Into a Home

West Palm Beach Police announced the arrest of a man suspected of shooting into a home where his child and former girlfriend reside. According to police, Queintavious Dan’Quarrius Bean got into an argument with the ex-girlfriend, who is also the mother of their child, during a child exchange at the front door of the home.

Bean allegedly attempted to force his way into the home when the ex-girlfriend started to close the door. As the door was being closed, Bean reportedly pointed a pistol at a 28-year-old man, who was also inside the home, and began firing through the window. The 28-year-old ducked out of the way but was shot in the backside.

Bean fired numerous shot into the door and windows of the home. Investigators recovered ten 9mm bullet casings from the scene.

The mother of his child was struck in the leg by shrapnel, but refused medical treatment. Two children who were in the home, ages two months and 18 months, were not injured.

The 28-year-old man was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center, where he was treated and released for injuries.

All of the victims’ names are being withheld due to Marsy’s Law.

Police arrested Bean later that day in the 800 block of Sixth Street. He was booked into the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Main Detention Center on Oct. 13 and is being held without bond.

He faces five counts of attempted first-degree murder with a firearm and a weapons charge for firing into a building.