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A Charred Gas Can, a Receipt and an Arrest in Fires of 3 Black Churches

The detectives had noticed the same pickup truck in surveillance video footage near each of the three predominantly black churches that had been set ablaze and destroyed. They found the charred ... read more

A charred gas can and a debit card led to a suspect in the Louisiana black church fires

LOUISIANA — The debit card used to purchase the 2-gallon gas cans hours before the first Louisiana church burned down bore the full name of the suspect — Holden James Matthews, according to a court ... read more

Deputy’s son is behind three fires at black churches in Louisiana, authorities say

The suspect in a string of fires that destroyed three black churches in rural Louisiana is ... that the same type of gas can was bought March 25 at a store in Opelousas, along with automotive cloths ... read more

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A charred gas can and a debit card led to a suspect in the Louisiana black church fires

The debit card used to purchase the 2-gallon gas cans hours before the first Louisiana church burned down bore the full name of the suspect -- Holden James Matthews, according to a court affidavit. ... read more



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