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Officer's Home Burns Down, Neighbor Charged with Arson


The neighbor of a Montgomery County, Pa., police officer is under arrest, charged with setting the officer's home on fire while he and his family were away on vacation. More Here.

December 05, 2014
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lawman5643 @ 12/6/2014 7:30 AM

It's sad for her to think that a detective has anything to do with her sons incarceration! He isn't part of the correctional division of any Sheriff's Dept. I hope she gets help for her mental issues, & starts to place the real blame on her son who's a criminal for whatever reason.

James A @ 12/11/2014 6:00 AM

Mental issues!!! Screw her, lock her up.. Why should taxpayers foot the bill... She's a lowlife & so is her son... Good luck brother officer

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