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A fire at a double-wide mobile home in Mountville, Ga. in late May seemed to leave residents in dismay. The three women and four children who called it home claimed they “lost everything,” but investigation lead officials to believe that was far from the truth.

Tips submitted to police led officials to Reginald Robertson, 34, the owner of the mobile home, after suspicious fires consumed 6 residences in the area. Though Robertson claimed he was at his permanent residence nearly four hours away at the time of the fires, investigation revealed he was in close proximity of all of the residences that had burned.

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