Woman burns down boyfriend’s house after another woman answered call: Mystery girl is relative
Texas woman breaks into and burns down boyfriend’s house after another woman answered their FaceTime call: Mysterious girl turns out to be a RELATED – video of her set fire to couch appears
- Senaida Soto, 23, was taken into custody on Monday and now faces charges of burglary and arson. Her bond is set at $165,000
- As the house burned, Soto sent a cryptic message to her lover: “I hope your things are okay,” according to an affidavit.
- The person on the FaceTime call, who has not been identified, appeared to be a relative of the friend, the Brexar County Sheriff’s Office said
- No one was injured in the blaze, but the blaze caused more than $50,000 in property damage
A 23-year-old Texas woman was arrested after allegedly setting fire to her friend’s house during a jealous rage after discovering another woman answered their Facetime call – the mystery woman turned out to be the friend’s relative. to be.
Senaida Soto was taken into custody on Monday and is charged with burglary and arson. Her bond was set at $165,000.
No one was injured in the blaze, but the blaze caused more than $50,000 in property damage.
The bizarre ordeal took place on Sunday when Soto became enraged that her boyfriend might have cheated on her in two ways, breaking into his San Antonio home and stealing some items before setting fire to a couch that spread, engulfing the house in flames. a witness said, KSAT News reported.
While the house was on fire, Soto Facetimed her lover who showed an image of the burning couch.
“I hope your things are okay,” she said, according to the affidavit, before driving off in her gray Kia Optima with the items she stole from the house.
The person on the FaceTime call, who has not been revealed, appeared to be a relative of the friend, the Brexar County Sheriff’s Office said.
Senaida Soto, 23, reportedly set her boyfriend’s house on fire in a jealous rage after she thought he double-timed her when another woman answered their Facetime call. The mysterious woman turns out to be the friend’s relative
A video captures Soto setting fire to the couch in the living room of the home that spread and caused $50,000 in property damage
The friend’s home where the fire broke out is located at 16000 Shepherd Road in San Antonio, Texas
The Bexar County Fire Department office responded to an arson call on Shepherd Road around 1:45 a.m. The call came from the owner of the house.
Video footage shows Soto lighting the couch in the living room of the house fire that spread. A laundry basket filled with clothes is knocked over. The fire caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage.
The Fire Marshall’s Office worked with the Brexar County Sheriff’s Office on the arson investigation.
It is not clear if Soto has been released, but she has an awaiting trial hearing in December, a report said.