A Georgia woman has been charged with 14 counts of first-degree arson after she set her home on fire when she lost it in a divorce, damaging 20 other homes in the process.
According to the state insurance and safety fire commissioner’s office, 41-year-old Adrienne Satterly left her Rosemont Court house with her two cats but not before she set a pile of mattresses on fire in the kitchen.
The blaze destroyed four homes, two sustained significant damage and 14 other homes suffered varying degrees of heat and smoke damage.
She then walked to a Walmart an hour away on Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway before calling 911 at about 3.25am on Sunday.
In 911 audio obtained on Tuesday by The Constitution, Satterly never mentioned a fire. She told a dispatcher she had a ‘kitty cat and a suitcase’ and asked if someone could pick her up from Walmart.
Source: Daily Mail Online