A Missouri lady is behind bars after she allegedly poured gasoline on a pile of garments, lit a spicy Takis tortilla chip on fireplace and burned down a Greene County house.
Patricia Williams, 42, advised police she began the fireplace deliberately, explaining that she used the chips as a result of she knew they’d be flammable because of the excessive grease content material, in line with a possible trigger report obtained by Fox4 News.
Police arrived on the scene on 11 August and noticed smoke coming from the again door with individuals standing out entrance.
Witnesses advised police that they noticed Ms Williams enter the house, pour gasoline from a soda bottle onto garments and on the laundry room ground earlier than lighting a spicy Takis tortilla chip on fireplace.
Three different individuals had been contained in the house on the time of the fireplace. They had been in a position to get out and weren’t injured within the incident.
Ms Williams was taken into custody and charged with arson.
An investigation later revealed that Ms Williams was seen on gasoline station surveillance footage prepaying for $2 value of gasoline.
The connection between Ms Williams and the occupants of the house is unclear.
She is being held in Greene County Jail for arson and different warrants. Her subsequent courtroom look is 6 September.