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Monday, February 14, 2011

[AL] Deputy Raley's wife Danielle says she set house afire with him, kids inside

..."It is sad that a mother would put her husband and children in danger, no matter the circumstance," said Sheriff Todd Entrekin...

DEPUTY’S WIFE SETS HOUSE ABLAZE WITH HUSBAND, KIDS INSIDE
WBRC
Posted: Feb 08, 2011
[Excerpts] The 26-year-old wife of an Etowah County Sheriff's Office deputy and mother of two has been arrested and charged with arson and attempted murder after setting the curtains of her house on fire with her family still inside. Danielle Joslyn Raley, from east Gadsden, has been charged with one count of first degree arson and three counts of attempted murder... Raley confessed to investigators that she set the fire and was booked into the Etowah County Detention Center. "It is sad that a mother would put her husband and children in danger, no matter the circumstance," said Sheriff Todd Entrekin. The case was investigated by the sheriff's office and the Etowah County Arson Task Force... In the release, Sheriff Entrekin stressed that the case will be prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. "We look forward to justice being carried out in this case," Entrekin stated. Each of Raley's four charges carries a cash bond of $50,000 for a total bond of $200,000. [Full article here]

ARSON ARREST
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEWS RELEASE
From: Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin
Date: February 8, 2011
Etowah County Sheriff’s Office
[Excerpts] One individual has been arrested and charged with an arson related offense, according to Sheriff Todd Entrekin. “Danielle Joslyn Raley, 26, of East Gadsden, has been charged with one count of first degree arson and three counts of attempted murder,” states Investigator Jeremy Walker... The fire began inside the house when a set of curtains where lit with a match. Raley’s husband, an Etowah County Sheriff’s Office deputy, and two children were in the residence at the time of the fire... [Full Release here]
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