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Top 10 Moments From the Arson Investigation That Became the Greatest Facebook Live Video Ever

STATter 911 via YouTube screenshot

You’re going to look at the video below and say to yourself, “I’ll watch this later.”

You’re making a mistake.

If you are having a bad day, this will make it better. If your day is going well, this will make it glorious. Many people are calling this the funniest video of all time. And by “many people” I mean “everyone who has watched it.”

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When amateur sleuth and “volunteer reporter” Rhoda Young decided to launch her own arson investigation/reality show/live report from the scene of a Norfolk, Va., house fire, subsequently solving the crime while reporting live, it became an instant hit.

The video is too full of laughs to break it down minute by minute. Instead, we decided to highlight the most hilarious moments of the crime scene investigation before

Read more at: https://www.theroot.com/top-10-moments-from-the-arson-investigation-that-became-1821128469

Top 10 Moments From the Arson Investigation That Became the …

STATter 911 via YouTube screenshot

You’re going to look at the video below and say to yourself, “I’ll watch this later.”

You’re making a mistake.

If you are having a bad day, this will make it better. If your day is going well, this will make it glorious. Many people are calling this the funniest video of all time. And by “many people” I mean “everyone who has watched it.”

Advertisement

When amateur sleuth and “volunteer reporter” Rhoda Young decided to launch her own arson investigation/reality show/live report from the scene of a Norfolk, Va., house fire, subsequently solving the crime while reporting live, it became an instant hit.

The video is too full of laughs to break it down minute by minute. Instead, we decided to highlight the most hilarious moments of the crime scene investigation before

Read more at: https://www.theroot.com/top-10-moments-from-the-arson-investigation-that-became-1821128469

Top 10 Moments From The Arson Investigation That Became The Greatest Facebook Live Video Ever

Youtube Screenshot @STATter 911

You’re going to look at the video below and say to yourself: “I’ll watch this later.”

You’re making a mistake.

If you are having a bad day, this will make it better. If your day is going well, this will make it glorious. Many people are calling this the funniest video of all time. And by “many people” I mean “everyone who has watched it.”

Advertisement

When amateur sleuth and “volunteer reporter” Rhoda Young decided to launch her own arson investigation/reality show/live report from the scene of a Norfolk, Va. house fire, subsequently solving the crime while reporting live, it became an instant hit. The video is too full of laughs to break it down minute-by-minute. Instead, we decided to highlight the most hilarious moments of the crime scene investigation before this woman earns

Read more at: https://www.theroot.com/top-10-moments-from-the-arson-investigation-that-became-1821128469

Top 10 Moments From The Arson Investigation That Became The …

YouTube screenshot via STATter 911

You’re going to look at the video below and say to yourself, “I’ll watch this later.”

You’re making a mistake.

If you are having a bad day, this will make it better. If your day is going well, this will make it glorious. Many people are calling this the funniest video of all time. And by “many people” I mean “everyone who has watched it.”

Advertisement

When amateur sleuth and “volunteer reporter” Rhoda Young decided to launch her own arson investigation/reality show/live report from the scene of a Norfolk, Va., house fire, subsequently solving the crime while reporting live, it became an instant hit. The video is too full of laughs to break it down minute by minute. Instead, we decided to highlight the most hilarious moments of the crime scene investigation before

Read more at: https://www.theroot.com/top-10-moments-from-the-arson-investigation-that-became-1821128469

UPDATE: Laflin fire that killed two children ruled arson – Wilkes Barre Times

LAFLIN — Two children are dead and another injured after a house fire that was intentionally set Wednesday night, and a Wilkes-Barre man is in custody for unrelated crimes, authorities say.

Officials ruled the fire an arson at a 5 p.m. press conference at the State Police barracks in Wyoming.

Meanwhile, State Police searched a Wilkes-Barre home as part of their investigation into the fire.

According to a police press release:

Shortly after 7 p.m. Wednesday, Luzerne County 911 received a report of a blaze at 60 Oakwood Drive. State Police arrived and found three boys inside the residence.

Two — a 16-year-old and a 12-year-old — were pronounced dead at the scene by the Luzerne County Coroner’s Office. The third — an 8-year-old — was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Luzerne County Deputy Coroner Dan Hughes identified the two boys as Devon Major, 12, and Erik Dupree, 16. The cause of death

Read more at: http://www.timesleader.com/news/local/680145/police-release-details-on-laflin-fire-that-killed-two-wb-home-being-searched

How the Carver Center fire was ruled arson – Galesburg Register

GALESBURG — Galesburg fire officials reaffirm that the Carver Center fire was intentionally set. 

Jeannie Shelton, executive director of the Carver Community Action Agency, has previously disputed that arson ruling at least twice in The Register-Mail. She repeated that sentiment Friday afternoon.

“No one would have any reason to bring harm to that building. No one. I don’t believe that. That building meant so much to so many people,” she said.

“You lose the services that were so important and so important to all the kids we served, and it makes it very difficult because we’re moving around different programs and doing a summer camp program. That facility was important. Yes, I have a real difficult time with that.”

She continued, “It’s too great of a loss and I have a difficult time believing that. I know I’m not an expert, my

Read more at: http://www.galesburg.com/news/20170715/how-carver-center-fire-was-ruled-arson

How the Carver Center fire was ruled arson – The Register-Mail – Galesburg Register

GALESBURG — Galesburg fire officials reaffirm that the Carver Center fire was intentionally set. 

Jeannie Shelton, executive director of the Carver Community Action Agency, has previously disputed that arson ruling at least twice in The Register-Mail. She repeated that sentiment Friday afternoon.

“No one would have any reason to bring harm to that building. No one. I don’t believe that. That building meant so much to so many people,” she said.

“You lose the services that were so important and so important to all the kids we served, and it makes it very difficult because we’re moving around different programs and doing a summer camp program. That facility was important. Yes, I have a real difficult time with that.”

She continued, “It’s too great of a loss and I have a difficult time believing that. I know I’m not an expert, my

Read more at: http://www.galesburg.com/news/20170715/how-carver-center-fire-was-ruled-arson

How the Carver Center fire was ruled arson – News – The Register … – Galesburg Register

GALESBURG — Galesburg fire officials reaffirm that the Carver Center fire was intentionally set. 

Jeannie Shelton, executive director of the Carver Community Action Agency, has previously disputed that arson ruling at least twice in The Register-Mail. She repeated that sentiment Friday afternoon.

“No one would have any reason to bring harm to that building. No one. I don’t believe that. That building meant so much to so many people,” she said.

“You lose the services that were so important and so important to all the kids we served, and it makes it very difficult because we’re moving around different programs and doing a summer camp program. That facility was important. Yes, I have a real difficult time with that.”

She continued, “It’s too great of a loss and I have a difficult time believing that. I know I’m not an expert, my

Read more at: http://www.galesburg.com/news/20170715/how-carver-center-fire-was-ruled-arson

Palm Bay man indicted in arson case that killed wife, son

A 61-year-old woman and her son died after an overnight fire that police say was deliberately set by the woman’s estranged husband, who was later apprehended at a rest stop near Malabar Road. Posted 1-13-2017 Video by J.D. Gallop and Malcolm Denemark

Read more at: http://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/crime/2017/02/07/indictment-issued-palm-bay-man-arson-killing-wife-son-florida/97603862/