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A Pennsylvania man is accused of arson, of murder in wife’s death 9 years ago

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Pennsylvania authorities conducted a nine-year investigation, the arrest of a man for the murder of his wife, it announced on Thursday.

The investigation began only after Olga Sanchez, 30, is burned in a house fire in Lancaster, pennsylvania in 2010, according to the police. The fire was ruled arson after investigators determined it was started with gasoline.

On Thursday, Carlos Montalvo-Rivera, 52, was charged with arson and murder in the death of his wife, police said. He was also charged with attempting to murder their young children, at the age of 13, 9 and 8 are, each and every one of them died in the fire.

Montalvo-Rivera was being held without bail.

“Every time we look at this case, every time we took a look at the evidence, and the finger of blame pointed back at the person,” Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman said, according to Fox 43 In York, england.

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Montalvo of the River and told the police that he and his wife were happily married and refused to have marital problems, the station reported.

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“I’ll kill you like a dog,” and they cited Montalvo of the River, as it is to tell her sister a year before she was killed, according to the station.

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Police said Montalvo-Rivera’s account of what happened, and it was littered with inconsistencies, starting with his claim that the intruders set the fire after breaking into the house, and knocking him unconscious for 45 minutes.

As a neurologist, told investigators last month that, on the basis of the medical records, Montalvo-Rivera’s version of what happened, and it was “highly unlikely.”

“Medical science is not to have a back-up of some of the accused claimed that he was knocked out for about 45 minutes, which is a lot for a long period of time, for a major head injury,” Stedman said, according to the station.

A neighbour was also dismissed Montalvo-Rivera’s account of his escape by the fire, with his hands tied behind his back.

The neighbor said that after he was notified of the fire, he saw Montalvo-Rivera and his hands are loose, try to climb up to the second floor, a window, and then tried to get him to help me.

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