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KSP Arson unit investigating Sandidge-Higgason House fire

Historic house, on National Register of Historic Place, located on KY 88 in Green County, near Green River totally destroyed.

By Larry Smith
Special to ColumbiaMagazine.com

Kentucky State Police are investigating a house fire late last night, October 3, 2011, in Green County. Family members told 92.7 The Wave radio station that someone set fire to the old Sandidge-Higgason house on Highway 88 near Green River. The old historic home was listed on the National Historic Register. Police suspect arson and ask for the public's help in solving the crime. The large 2 story home was vacant and totally destroyed by the fire. if anyone witnessed, you're urged to contact KSP State Police Post 15 in Columbia, KY at 270-384-4796. -LARRY SMITH




This story was posted on 2011-10-04 07:36:03
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