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Walmart Fire Suspects Arrested

Police have arrested the people they think are behind the fires at the Walmart in Niles.

It was back on October 31st that police responded to the Walmart on S. 11th Street on reports that someone had set a fire in the clothing department of the store. Even more concerning, it wasn’t the first time that it happened.

Police checked the tape and found two people they thought may have been responsible, and sure enough on Wednesday they arrested Paula Kryski and Stephen Taghon of South Bend. They are both facing some sort of arson charge and retail fraud. Taghon has also been charged with Larceny.

No word yet on what their motivation may have been to start the fires.

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2 comments

Benny Roseland November 15, 2019 at 10:28 am

“No word yet on what their motivation may have been to start the fires.”

C’mon, just look at these two. Clearly they accidentally set several fires while attempting to keep their spoons warm.

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Thor November 16, 2019 at 4:08 am

The faces of Meth combined with the neck and face tats of the faces of the unemployed.

Without threatening to set a Walmart on fire how else were they going to afford the highs society owes them? (sarc just in case you couldn’t tell)

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