Pair accused of placing hearth to camper to accumulate insurance plan revenue


Jason Weaver and Jacqueline Wall

LIVINGSTON PARISH – State Fire Marshal (SFM) deputies arrested a Texas pair accused of setting fire to their pull-at the rear of camper trailer to obtain insurance coverage revenue.

Jacqueline Wall, 32, and Jason Weaver, 33, were being booked into the Livingston Parish Jail on July 1 on one depend each individual of Arson With Intent to Defraud, Legal Trespass and Gross Littering Prohibited.

Officers say it was early in the early morning on March 19 when Denham Springs Fire District #4 requested SFM deputies to assistance them identify the origin and result in of a pull-at the rear of camper trailer fire that broke out in the 3400 block of Perkins Street. The vehicle sustained comprehensive damage and was thought of a whole reduction.

Deputies learned whilst Wall was the proprietor of the camper trailer.

She and Weaver traveled around the nation for function and lived in White Deer, Texas, but commonly held the trailer at Wall’s relative’s residence on Courtney Travel in Denham Springs, which is close to the web site of the fireplace scene.

Deputies also realized the trailer was claimed stolen times just after the hearth was described.

Right after substantial investigative endeavours, Wall and Weaver were being verified as acquiring been in town and around the scene at the time of the fireplace.

Warrants ended up issued for their arrests by the conclusion of May.

The pair turned them selves in to the Livingston Parish Jail Thursday, July 1.