Articles Tagged with gasoline

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A woman without permanent housing in the Pensacola area was arrested after she allegedly used gasoline to set a gas station clerk on fire. 

Early in the day on March 30, 30-year-old Betty Jean McFadden was reportedly outside of a Circle K convenience store and gas station asking for money from the patrons. 

It was reported that one of the clerks on duty spotted the woman and told her she would need to stop panhandling on the property. 

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After a Florida man was ejected from a home, he allegedly returned and caused destruction to the property, terrorized the inhabitants, and had a standoff with police for many hours.

31-year-old Paul Ezzell had recently been staying in a home in Tampa on a temporary basis.

Last Sunday night, Ezzell was reportedly asked to depart from the residence for causing problems.

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A Florida man allegedly abruptly disrupted the start of a morning church service when he reportedly slammed his car through the doors and set the foyer ablaze using an accelerant.

Near 7:00 am last Saturday, worshippers at the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ocala were getting ready for the morning mass to begin when they were reportedly halted by a potentially dangerous incident.

A van reportedly smashed through the doors of the church and came to a halt, before the driver allegedly emerged from the vehicle and began to splash gasoline around the foyer of the house of worship.

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An unsuspecting suspect that was siphoning gasoline, in addition to four U-Haul trucks were set on fire when an Oregon man allegedly tossed a lit mortar firework at a woman setting off a chain reaction of fire-related events.

Early in the morning last Sunday, 28-year-old Dylan Thomas Hannah was reportedly involved in a heated verbal exchange with a woman in the parking lot of a U-Haul center in Eugene, Oregon.

Hannah was reportedly seated inside his vehicle while the woman was standing nearby when he allegedly lit the wick on a mortar-style firework and tossed it in her direction.

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The husband of a disabled woman in New Mexico allegedly assaulted and tried to set her on fire after reportedly becoming enraged when he learned he did not qualify to receive a COVID-19 stimulus check.

63-year-old Joe Macias and his wife, who is reportedly disabled, live together in a trailer in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

On Wednesday, Macias reportedly discovered that he would not be receiving a stimulus check that is being issued to help U.S. citizens during the current pandemic.

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A woman has been accused of starting a fire inside her ex-boyfriend’s home in an alleged emotional response to learning that he was having an affair with another woman.

47-year-old Tyetha Moore and her boyfriend resided together in a Pensacola, Florida, home until approximately a week ago when the woman reportedly parted ways with her man and moved out.

Early in the morning on November 7, Moore reportedly started speaking with some of her former neighbors and requested that they let her borrow some gasoline.

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