Peters, who has been accused of setting multiple fires in the area has been charged with four counts of aggravated arson, two counts of burglary and two counts of attempted burglary.
According to police, Peters set her
Among the victims of Peter's arson spree is Kent and Linda Handlewitch.
Although the Handlewitch's were in
Other neighbors, such as Loretta Murphy are equally puzzled. "How do you burn someones house down and then bring them a stew," She asked.
"One of the fires was next door to Peters' house. [It] doesn't make any sense to me at all," She added.
While police have not yet established a motive, they did say they believed Peters was having trouble at home, according to police Detective Sgt. Mike Hart.
Peters was booked into the Ocean County Jail and ordered held on $75,000 bail. She posted bail and was released a short time later.
The Weekly Vice Opinion:
People still eat stew? That right there is offensive all by itself. Especially if it had cooked tomatoes. Poor neighbors. She burned down their home and then punished them further with stew. And who knows where the meat in the stew REALLY came from. One neighbor thinks the cat died in the fire. Or did it?
The Weekly Vice
April 22, 2008