Four accused of burning charity-funded home for insurance payout

WINFIELD - Two homeowners and two other suspects are accused of intentionally burning a Habitat for Humanity-funded home for an insurance payout.
The Alabama Fire Marshal’s Office announced on social media on Tuesday, July 9, that homeowners Jonathan Casey Morgan, 32, and Sydni Roshele Morgan, 32, both of Winfield, were arrested following indictments handed down by the Marion County Grand Jury on June 11 for the burning of the Morgan’s home in February 2018.
Alabama Department of Insurance Information Officer Jennifer Bowen told the Journal Record the house was located at 206 County Road 47 in Winfield.
The grand jury also indicted two other individuals in connection with the crime: Scotty Stephen Haney,  47, Guin, and James Harold Smith, 57, Bear Creek.


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