Marty Frizzell Charged In Arson Case; Warrants Issued For Lauren Clark

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Marty Chad Frizzell has been charged with arson for a house fire in June. 

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office and Sequoyah Volunteer Fire Department responded on June 13, to 10204 Wyatt’s Lane on a reported residential fire. Upon arrival, the Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputies and Sequoyah firefighters found the residence engulfed in fire. Fire Chief Mike Brumlow requested that a fire investigator with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office respond to the scene to conduct the fire investigation.  

The origin and cause of the fire were investigated by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division. The residence was a loss. Investigators determined the cause of the fire was arson.

Evidence pertaining to the investigation was presented to the Hamilton County Grand Jury by Hamilton County Sheriff’s Detective David Sowder. The Hamilton County Grand Jury returned two indictments each, charging Marty Chad Frizzell of Soddy Daisy and Lauren Nicole Clark of Cleveland with felony arson and conspiracy to commit arson.

Frizzell has been arrested and booked into the Hamilton County Jail. Warrants have been issued on Ms. Clark.

 


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