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Crime Florida woman set boyfriend's house on fire after catching him cheating: report

18:55  12 november  2019
18:55  12 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A Florida woman started a fire in her boyfriend’s home after she caught him cheating on her with another woman, the Pensacola News Journal reported.

Florida woman set boyfriend's house on fire after catching him cheating© Bogdan Vija/EyeEm/Getty Images Florida woman set boyfriend's house on fire after catching him cheating

According to the report, 47-year-old Pensacola resident Tyetha Moore was arrested and charged with first-degree arson after using gasoline to set her boyfriend’s house on fire.

The fire was reported at an unoccupied residence around 9 a.m. Nov. 7, and according to the report, Moore was standing in the driveway when firefighters arrived.

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According to the Pensacola News Journal, Moore told Escambia County Fire Rescue battalion chief that she used to live in the home but moved out when she caught her boyfriend cheating on her with another woman.

Neighbors said earlier that day, Moore stopped by and asked if she could borrow gasoline from them. According to the report, the neighbors gave Moore a water bottle filled with gasoline.

The neighbors then saw Moore climb over her boyfriend’s fence and attempt to remove a window screen, according to the report. They then saw Moore exit the backyard and toss the empty water bottle in a trash can.

According to the report, investigators determined that the fire started on a sofa near the home’s rear window. Moore was booked into Escambia County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

Read the full story on pnj.com.

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