Saturday, November 12, 2011

Consumer Anger Against Banksters Continues; Homeowner Targeted By BofA Foreclosure Action Accused Of Torching Home

In Brown County, Wisconsin, the Green Bay Press Gazette reports:

  • A Pulaski man was accused [] in Brown County Circuit Court with setting fire to his home, which was in foreclosure. Timothy Porter, 46, faces one count of arson, a charge carrying up to 40 years in prison, for allegedly setting the [] fire that damaged his home at 320 W. Pulaski St.

  • The $69,300 home is in a foreclosure action by Bank of America, according to a criminal complaint.

  • Firefighters responded to a fire there about 6:25 p.m. Wednesday. A neighbor said Porter had been removing items from the house earlier in the day and left shortly before smoke and flames started pouring from a basement window, the complaint says.

For the story, see Timothy Porter of Pulaski charged with arson in house fire.

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