Fire Starts At Kentucky GOP Chair’s House – Arson Suspected

A fire started at the house of Kentucky GOP Chairman Mac Brown’s house on Tuesday night.

The first started when no one was home. It is currently being investigated as arson. It is unclear if there is any political motivation behind the fire being started at the chairman’s house.

From WDRB:

Arson investigators are looking for the cause of two suspicious house fires in east Louisville, and one of the homeowners is convinced someone broke in and set their house on fire.

“Right now both fires are under investigation with the Louisville Division of Arson for the cause of origin,” Arth said.

They believe someone broke into their home and vandalized it before starting the fire. They say items like a cell phone and computer monitor were smashed and other items were found in odd places.

“There were items, some tools and things of that nature that we found in the house that was sort of placed in strange areas so it’s clear to us that this person is sick and you can only feel sorry for him. I’m assuming it’s a him, but (I) feel sorry for him and hope that he gets the help that he needs,” Mac Brown said.

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