EASTMAN, Ga. — Four people now face charges after a reported firebombing at a fast food restaurant in Dodge County.
According to a news release from the Office of Commissioner of Insurance and Safety Fire, the four are: Kymberly Swars, 32, Christopher Wright, 25, Nedra Deckard, 25, and Tristin Muncy, 24.
Swars and Wright are charged with first degree arson and obstruction of a law enforcement officer. Deckard is charged with conspiracy, while Munch is charged with first degree arson and felony obstruction.
Tony Pritchett, an investigator for the state fire marshal's office, says Deckard and Muncy were Captain D's employees at the time of the fire, and the other two suspects were friends.
He declined to comment on their motive, saying that's still under investigation.
The firebombing happened just after midnight on May 22. 911 operators were called about a fire that damaged the back wall, roof, and phone lines.
Anybody with information on the case can call the state fire marshal's office at 1-800-282-5804.
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