Fire Destroys Home in Winchester, Police Suspect Arson

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Updated: 5/21/2013 11:26 pm
     The storm wasn't the only problem Tuesday in Winchester.

     The fire department says a home on College Street caught fire around six and they don't think lightning caused it.

     Winchester Police believe this is a case of arson and are looking for person of interest.

     Police say her name is Leatta Guillory

     No one had been living in the home for the past two weeks and no one was hurt.

     Firefighters had the fire under control in a couple of hours.

     Neighbors say the home was a rental and that its owners live in Tennessee.
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