Prosecutors in western Pennsylvania say they plan to seek the death penalty against a man accused of having set a fire that killed his estranged wife.
The man accused of pouring vodka on his wife then lighting it on fire and ultimately killing her is in court today.
There’s new information about the suspect accused of setting a fire at a home in Duquesne Tuesday afternoon that killed his wife.
An early Tuesday morning fire left one woman dead in Duquesne.
Another suspicious fire in Duquesne early this morning has residents and officials on alert. “We’ve had roughly five to six fires that have all been suspicious in nature,” Duquesne Fire Lt. Craig Gibson told KDKA-TV.
Crews battled a raging three-alarm house fire in Duquesne overnight with flames so intense that they seemed to jump from one house to the next. While the cause of the blaze is still under investigation, a Duquesne fire official told KDKA-TV that he has no doubt that the fire was intentionally set.