Minnesota, father, 46, is accused of killing his daughter, 22, who died when he & # 39; fired his mobile home with her after a fight over her plans to move & # 39;
- John Sean Newport, 46, is accused of burning his mobile home because his daughter Jamey, 22, came in after arguing about her plans to move
- He was charged with felony second-degree murder and first-degree arson
- Officers were called to the house in Paynesville but could not get access
- A cop heard a woman scream inside, but couldn't help because of the flames
- The pair allegedly fought over the young woman's plans to relocate
John Sean Newport, 46, (photo), is accused of burning his mobile home while his daughter Jamey, 22, was inside
A father from Minnesota was charged with murder after firing his mobile home while his daughter was inside and & # 39; screaming for help & # 39 ;.
John Sean Newport, 46, appeared in court last Thursday after being charged with a second-degree murder crime for alleged death of his daughter, Jamey Newport, 22, while committing first-degree arson.
The Paynesville police were called to Minnie Street 420, lot 20, around 6:25 pm last Tuesday.
Jamey Newport called the police to say that her father dumped gas in the house and claimed that he would start a fire, according to a complaint from KSTP.
She started screaming later, calling for help and saying she couldn't get out.
The couple reportedly argued about Jamey's plans to move, according to Associated Press.
A police officer saw black smoke coming out of the front door of the mobile home when he first arrived on site.
Jamey Newport, (photo), called the police and said that her father dumped gas into the house and said he would set it on fire. An officer arrived later and heard her scream inside
He ran to the door trying to get in, but he couldn't come in because of the fire in the mobile home.
The officer later heard shouts from the back of the house. He then grabbed a fire extinguisher, managed to break open the back door and used the fire extinguisher to tackle the flames.
However, the house was completely flooded and he was forced to return. According to the complaint, Newport was in the front of the mobile home shouting at the person inside.
Researchers are investigating the scene of a fire in a mobile home on July 24 in Paynesville
Investigators are seen walking through the entrance of a mobile home while investigating the scene of a fatal fire on Wednesday in which Jamey Newport lost her life
The police officer had to stop him after he tried to run through the door and then through a window on a second attempt to enter.
Firefighters later arrived on the scene and started to extinguish the fire before they entered the charred mobile home and removed Jamey from the scene.
CPR was performed on her and she was transported to a hospital, where she was declared dead a short time later.
An officer arrived at the site of the fire and reportedly saw John Newport shouting at the front of the house at the person, who is understood as Jamey, (photo), standing inside a complaint
Officials found a Facebook message in which he stated that he would burn the mobile home, according to KTSP
The complaint, seen through KSTP, noted that John Newport was arguing with his daughter at the time of the fire.
Officials later found a Facebook message in which he stated that he would burn the mobile home, according to the news channel.
Fire investigators found evidence that an accelerator was being used, and a gas can and lighter were discovered outside the house.
His bail was set at $ 2 million or $ 1 million with terms and he is the next to appear in court on August 5.
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