Two charged with arson for Paris fire

/Kenosha County Sheriff's Department photo

/Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department photo

Two Kenosha men have been arrested and charged with setting a Paris property on fire Thursday, Feb. 18, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department announced Monday.

Facing multiple felony charges including arson of a building without the owners consent are Damien L. Stuble, 21, of Kenosha, and Travis D. Delabio, 21, of Kenosha.

“This arson investigation moved rapidly and two suspects were developed partially based on an item left at the scene,” said a media release by Sgt. Dan Ruth, Sheriff’s Department public information officer.

The fire in the 19400 block of 38th Street (Highway N) was reported by a passerby. A barn was a total loss and an unoccupied house on the property sustained “significant damage,” Ruth said.

Both men are in custody and scheduled for a preliminary hearing on March 1.

Kenosha County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the fire scene along with several area fire departments including Paris, Bristol, Kansasville, City of Kenosha, Newport, Salem, Pleasant Prairie, Somers, Wheatland, Silver Lake Rescue and Racine Fire Bells.


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