SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio teen was arrested and charged with arson after he broke into a house, set a field on hearth, stole property and confessed to the crime on social media, in accordance with San Antonio police.
Zachary Hughes, 19, was arrested Friday following the incident, which occurred within the 800 block of Broadview Drive close to Culebra Street on November 15.
In keeping with police, a lady informed investigators she discovered her residence damaged into and that there was a burning field on the kitchen flooring. The knobs of her range have been turned on as effectively.
Hearth officers mentioned that a number of necessary paperwork have been additionally taken, which included start certificates and social safety playing cards.
When hearth investigators arrived on the scene, the lady claimed she started to obtain threatening cellphone calls from the suspect, later recognized as Hughes.
Her daughter alleged that Hughes despatched her pictures of a social safety card on Fb messenger.
She later informed investigators that she recorded a video of Hughes bragging on Instagram stay about taking the property and making an attempt to burn the home down.
In keeping with the affidavit, investigators additionally obtained a photograph of Hughes contained in the sufferer’s residence, displaying what he had burned.
Hughes’ bond is about at $155,000 and he’s being held within the Bexar County Jail.
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