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Costa Di Roccia Fire Under Suspicion Of An Arson Attack?


Sep 17, 2018

Costa Di Roccia Fire Under Suspicion Of An Arson Attack?
By George Hill Published 06/11/2020

Arson is slowly being documented as one of our nation's most serious crimes. It can probably be seen as one of our most expensive crimes against property within the United States. Direct property damage from arson runs into millions of dollars and can exceed over the billion-dollar margin depending on the type of property. The San Andreas Bureau of Investigations Major Crime Team (MCT) defines arson as any willful or malicious burning or attempting to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc.

On November 2nd, 2020, there was an unfortunate turn of events that occurred at Costa Di Roccia in Rockshore. Early Monday morning, the restaurant caught on fire before their opening. The fire started in an unusual manner where there were no signs of natural causes. This leads us to believe that this was a man-made disaster that impacted the community of Rockshore greatly.

Later this week, we were able to get an official statement from Peter Santarossa who is the Special Agent in Charge from the Bureau. This is what he had to say regarding the recent events that took place in Rockshore.
"We are unsure at this current time on who is behind these attacks, we suspect it to be linked to the ongoing organized crime problem that sits within Rockshore, it is suspected to be an arson attack."

Over the course of this week, we will continue to inform you of any updates regarding this situation. It is critical and ideal for anyone to speak up regarding these horrendous events if you have any information. The Bureau of Investigation is partnered with WeTip for anonymous citizens to report any crimes. WeTip provides intelligence and information to local, state, federal agencies relating any criminal activities obtained from an online and telephone crime reporting hotline anonymously.

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