Louisiana Woman Arrested After Rack of Clothes Set on Fire in Store
A woman was reportedly arrested after a rack of clothes was set on fire in a store.
WAFB reports, " A woman was arrested following an arson investigation after a rack of clothes at a store was intentionally set on fire on Saturday, Aug. 13."
Jerdae Tanner was arrested following the investigation at Carter’s retail store on Siegen Lane.
The rack of clothes, which was set on fire, was removed from the store before it could spread, and sadly investigators were able to determine that two kids with Tanner set the rack of clothes on fire.
Tanner allegedly also stole clothing from the store after the clothes were set on fire in the store.
WAFB reports that the woman was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison for aggravated arson and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.