Friday, December 11, 2015

WWNY: No Leads in Multiple Fire Probes

       While the mess is hauled away and the City waits to see what is indeed covered by insurance, there are still reportedly no leads in the Election Day blaze that leveled warehouses on Vanduzee Street. Meanwhile a full three months have passed since the pre-primary fires that included three car bombings and at least one apartment fire. There were no injuries in any of the fires, all thought to have been set.
       The planning that had to have gone into all of these incidents is a common thread, but no one has identified a motive so tieing them all together  is not easy.
             http://www.wwnytv.com/news/local/Officials-Still-Seeking-Leads-In-VanDuzee-Street-Fire--361482911.html

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It probably won't happen again, so let it go. No one was hurt and there are bigger crimes like drugs to worry about.

Anonymous said...

This probably won't happen again until/unless the city council attempts to rain in the OT of the firefighter's union. Hopefully the affiliates recognized that the tactic did not influence voters to join their cause and actually alienated voters instead, so they won't try it again.

Anonymous said...

Tell that to the folks that list their cars or had property damage 3:27. The operative word in your sentence is probably. Not good enough for the majority of us.

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

I've love to see more state money spent on getting to the bottom of those fire bombs.