Arson Charges Burglary, Arson, Home Invasion

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  1. Josph

    Josph Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My brother and wifes 60 year old barn, chicken barn, garage, 2 automobles, 1 classic dune buggy, old John Deer tractor, all his tools, antiques, and just about everything they owned where in those 3 buildings that burned down almost a month ago. The fire department didn't do an investigation, just ussumed it was an electrical fire from the neighbor boys who came over and played pool in the barn the day before. 2 days ago we heard that it was intentionally started by someone. We heard that someone gave this person something to burn down the barn, but with the wind blowing that morning it caught 2 vehicles and garage. It also caused a little damage to the trailer house where they live, if not for the wind it would have started the trailer on fire where they were sleeping.
    Now were wondering what to do first or is there nothing we can do, we have the name of the person who started the fire, the name of the person who paid him to do it and his girfriends name who told her son that he paid someone to do it. They knew at the time there was no insurance on the property or buildings because money is very tight and can't afford anything right now and now they lost everything, so any advice or help would be greatly appreciated
     
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    If you believe you have information that would assist the police in their investigation, take it to the local police or county sheriff.

    Alternatively, you can take that information to your county prosecutor.

    Between those agencies, they might be able to verify your assertions.

    But, what you have now is nothing more than rumor or innuendo.

    It might never be proven, but at least the police or sheriff need to know.

    There might be financial assistance available for your relatives.

    Your state has a crime victims grant program.

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