“Somebody just set that white house on fire,” a caller to 9-1-1 said. “I was just parking my car and it just exploded and a black car drove off.”
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The resident has not been charged in the shooting. There has been no update on the double-homicide from Dayton police or the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.
Capt. Cope said the investigation of the fire continues.
“Total loss,” he said of what remains of the house.
Henderson and Harrison, both 17, were shot in the back in the garage on Aug. 28, according to autopsies performed by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. Dayton police have made no arrest in the double shooting.
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