A Texas girl allegedly set her boyfriend’s household residence on hearth and FaceTimed him to point out off the blaze after assuming he was dishonest on her, police mentioned.
Senaida Marie Soto, 23, is accused of breaking into the San Antonio home shortly earlier than 2 a.m. Sunday to hunt revenge on her boyfriend, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Workplace mentioned.
“Soto had FaceTimed her boyfriend, when one other girl answered his cellphone, who later turned out to be a relative of the boyfriend,” police mentioned.
In a rage, Soto allegedly set hearth to a sofa in the lounge which shortly engulfed the whole residence.
The jealous girl then FaceTimed her boyfriend to point out a chair up in flames, an affidavit obtained by KSAT states.
“I hope your stuff goes to be okay,” Soto reportedly mentioned earlier than ending the decision.
Soto additionally allegedly texted her boyfriend, “I hope your own home is okay” earlier than driving off.
Senaida Marie Soto allegedly FaceTimed her boyfriend as she set hearth to her boyfriend’s residence.Bexar County Sheriff’s Workplace
The hearth began after Soto allegedly lit the sofa on hearth, however unfold all through the house.Bexar County Sheriff’s Workplace
The automotive was crammed with a number of objects Soto allegedly took out of the house earlier than setting it on hearth, a witness instructed cops.
The blaze prompted over $50,000 in harm.
Soto was arrested Monday and charged with housebreaking habitation and arson, Bexar County Jail data present.
Her bond is ready at $165,000.