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Second Conviction in 2009 College Station Arson

2009 picture of Edward Munro ourtesy of Brazos County's Judicial Records Search at:

2009 picture of Edward Munro ourtesy of Brazos County’s Judicial Records Search at:

More than four and a half years has passed since a fire was set to a College Station home with four people inside.

A Brazos County district court jury convicted the primary defendant, then sentenced 24 year old Edward Munro to six months in jail then ten years probation.

Munro, who moved to Seguin last year, was arrested for pouring gasoline on the front porch and door then igniting the home at 1112 Todd Trail in March of 2009.

Among those inside was a man whose girlfriend had also been dating Munro.

The man told investigators Munro threatened to kill him and his family with an AK 47 rifle.

None of the occupants were injured and the fire did an estimated $118,000 dollars of damage.

A co-defendant, 23 year old Philip Musia Jr., entered a plea agreement two years ago, and according to court records he was scheduled to be released from the prison system this past July.

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Posted by on Oct 22 2013. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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