DA Requests Reward to Assist Investigation into Fatal Selma House Fire
From the West Alabama Newsroom–
Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson is asking the governor for a reward that could be used to help solve a recent double homicide in Selma.
Katrina Moore and her special needs daughter Coleman died last week after their home went up in flames.
Investigators with the State Fire Marshal’s Office later determined that the fire had been intentionally set.
Now, District Attorney Michael Jackson is asking the governor for reward money that can be used to try and help authorities find whose responsible.
“These were good citizens in the community. Everybody liked them.” said Jackson.
“This might be a case of mistaken identity where some people wanted to retaliate against some other folks and they ended up retaliating against totally innocent people.”
Jackson said whoever is responsible for setting the fire will be charged with capital murder when caught.