Woman Facing Eviction Dies After Setting Home On Fire [VIDEO]

According to New Jersey State Police, a Monmouth County home caught fire on Wednesday morning after a woman, who had been served an eviction notice, refused to leave and threatened to blow up the house.

The woman’s comments were reported to authorities, leading troopers to be called to the home on Cedar Court in the small borough of Roosevelt, as per a statement from the New Jersey State Police.

At 11:10 a.m., investigators noted smoke coming from the home before it became completely engulfed in flames. Multiple fire crews arrived to extinguish the blaze, and the woman, who was not identified, was found dead inside.

There were no other occupants inside the home at the time.

- Advertisement -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Vehicle Slams Into Home On Cedarbridge Avenue [PHOTOS & VIDEO]

The driver of an SUV on Cedarbridge Avenue struck...

Assemblyman-Elect Avi Schnall Tours The New Misameach Campus In Lakewood [PHOTOS]

Fresh off his stunning victory in LD-30, Assemblyman-elect Avi...

Bomb Squad Removes Inert Grenade Near Satmar Shul In Lakewood, Investigation Continues

A bomb squad was summoned to Forest and 4th...

JUSTICE PREVAILS: NJ Supreme Court Rejects Prosecution’s Appeal Attempt In Rabbi Eiseman’s Case

The New Jersey State Supreme Court on Friday rejected...