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Court Docs Reveal More Details about Bundick Charges


ACCOMAC, Va. - Two days after a grand jury indicted Tonya Bundick on 62 new arson charges, court documents reveal Wednesday which fires in the five month long arson spree Bundick is allegedly linked too.

In the indictment from Monday, Bundick is charged with her role in 62 intentionally set fires.  They include the very first fire set on November 12th in Parksley.  Other fires include the blaze at the Leatherbury United Methodist Church, the old Mallards restaurant, and the Whispering Pines Motel.

In the interrogation video of Charles Smith, Bundick's fiance details for police the involvement of himself and Bundick in the arson spree.  Smith told police the fires were originally Bundick's idea and that he believes she used setting the fires as a stress release from personal issues at home.

Bundick and her defense are due in court on December 11th for a motion to have her case moved for a second time.  It was originally moved from Accomack County to Virginia Beach.

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