Arkansas woman linked to arson through lighter-fluid purchases
KFSM / Washington County
Lisa Bohannan

via KFSM:

LINCOLN, Ark. (KFSM) -- A Lincoln woman is accused of setting fire to a man's home over the weekend after authorities linked her to lighter fluid that was found inside the home.

Lisa Bohannan, 52, was arrested in connection with arson and failure to control or report a dangerous fire -- both felonies.

Firefighters responded Saturday, March 2, to a structure fire on Bush Road, where they found smoke coming from a home.

Two neighbors said they saw Bohannan pull up to the home before the fire and leave shortly afterward, according to a probable cause affidavit.

When authorities arrived, Bohannan told the Washington County Fire Marshal's office she had only been to Dollar General and no one else had driven her car.

The fire marshal was able to view store surveillance footage, which showed Bohannan buying lighter fluid, according to the affidavit.

Investigators also found receipts for the flammable liquid, which was purchased prior to the fire.

It was unclear what prompted the incident. The fire marshal is still investigating but noted Bohannan tried to set the home on fire earlier this year.

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