London Man Arrested In Arson-Murder Investigation

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/24/2012 11:51 pm
Now to an update on a story we've followed out of Laurel County.

Troopers arrested a man Thursday night in a murder and arson investigation.

46-year-old Jeffrey Wade Sweeney of London was already in jail.

And he's now charged in the death of Teresa White.

Police say White's body was found on March 29th after crews put out a house fire on Waterworks Road in London.

An autopsy at the time showed she died from blunt force trauma.

Sweeney is facing several charges, including robbery, arson and murder.
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