wildfire in Northern California

Authorities say a fire in California that killed two people is starting to cover up the murders

Authorities said on Wednesday that a wildfire in Northern California in 2020 was ready to intentionally cause a murder.

The Solano County Sheriff’s Office and Vacaville police said the Markley fire broke out near a dam in Solano County where the burned body of the 32-year-old Priscilla Castro was found.

Sheriff Tom Ferreira said at a press conference that two people – Douglas Mai, Ai and Leon “James” Hoon (644) died in a fire in their home.

The district prosecutor said that Victor Seriteno was arrested by Vacaville police in September and was charged with murder for Castro’s death, and prosecutors will initiate two further charges of murder and arson.

“Based on an eight-month extensive investigation, we believe Seriteno deliberately set fire to Merkel to cover up his guilt,” Ferrara said. Said.

Vacaville police said that the fire in Merkel started on August 18, and the following month, Castro’s burnt body was found in a rural area near Lake Beririsa.

Investigators believe Vallejo Castro went to Vacaville to meet with Ceritino on August 16. The police said his words were no longer heard.

Online court records show that Seriteno was represented by an official advocate, but no lawyer has been identified by name.

Hennessy Fire, a huge fire, was added to the Markle Fire and was eventually accepted as part of the huge “LNU Power Complex”.

According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, also known as Cal Fire, the largest fire complex in California history was the result of a two-day storm and is considered the largest bushfire in California history.

The LNU complex burned more than 3,363,000 acres in five counties, destroyed nearly 1,500 structures, and was blamed for six deaths.

This LNU complex was fully involved in early October. The lake burned down in Napa, Sonoma, Yolo and Solano counties.

Cal Fire reported that the 2020 fire season will be one of the most serious in US history.

In California, the “2020 Fire Blockade” burned 4.2 million acres; 31 people died, including three firefighters; And it destroyed more than 9,200 structures.

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