Friday, August 4, 2017

It's deja vu all over again: Suspicious fire at same home of registered citizen in Robinwood



That's two times in less than a year. If I was a cop, Jeb and Jessica Lessley would be at the top of my list of suspects.

http://www.wvtm13.com/article/fire-at-home-of-local-sex-offender-raises-suspicion/11430886

Fire at home of local sex offender raises suspicion
Sheriff’s office and fire department investigating fire at sex offender’s house
Updated: 5:25 AM CDT Aug 4, 2017


Sarah Killian  
Reporter

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ala. —
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and Center Point Fire Department are investigating the second fire in less than a year at the local home of a sex offender.

Crews responded Monday afternoon to a fire at a home in the 400 block of 10th Street in the Robinwood neighborhood. The fire caused significant damage to the front of the house. Center Point Fire Marshal Captain Brandon Self said investigators don’t know what started the fire.

Last Thanksgiving, Center Point fire crews responded to a fire at the same Robinwood house. At the time, the cause of the fire was unknown. Self said nearly nine months later investigators are still trying to figure out what started the fire.

Sgt. Jack Self with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said if anything the history of the house makes investigators take a second look at the fire.

The house in Robinwood is home to **** , a registered sex offender. Last fall, Martin’s neighbor posted a large sign notifying the neighborhood of ***'s sex offender status.

Investigators are not calling this fire arson, but there was no power to the house and *** said he was out of town when the fire started.

3 comments:

  1. Creep Catchers the American edition

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  2. One Jessie Lessley was just arrested for the arson.

    I told you the Lessley family should have been investigated.

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  3. One Jessie Lessley was just arrested for the arson.

    I told you the Lessley family should have been investigated.

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