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Missouri fire leads to charges
05/15/2019

(MSC News)--Charges are filed in connection with an April house fire that resulted in the discovery of a body.

KQ2-TV reports three minors are charged in the case involving the April 25 Saint Joseph, Missouri fire in the 1400 block of North 3rd Street.

The body of a 14-year-old boy was found at the scene as the result of a tip provided to investigators.

The initial investigation indicated no one was inside the fire ravaged home.

Two of the minors are charged with first degree arson and abandonment of a corpse, while the third is charged only with abandonment of a corpse.

The charges were filed in April and May.

The body is identified as Cameron Satterly.

Satterly’s family provided that information to the TV station.

They said he was reported missing in February.

 

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