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A San Diego man was arrested Friday for allegedly launching a suspicious house fire which killed his parents, a sister, and the wounding of two sisters last weekend, although in the first instance, to say that he was trying to save his family.
Wilber Romero, 26, faces murder and arson charges, Fox 5 reported.
The fire ignited just before 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 13, crack, because of their small apartment in the Logan Heights area of at least five members of the family of the golf course not yet been received.
The charred remains of the Romeo family’s home in Logan Heights. Three members of a family were killed in a deadly fire last Sunday, the oldest son, is now a suspect.
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Wilber’s father, Jose Antonio Romero, 44, was dead in the house.
His mother, Nicolasa Mayo, 46, who died while in the hospital, just like his sister’s, Mary “Krystal” Romero, a 21-after a heroic effort, to use her body as a human shield — to protect her younger brother, 17-year-old Angel Romero, burns, in contrast, Tania Flores, told KNSD.
The Iris had become so brain dead and was declared dead on Wednesday night, police told the outlet.
Angel and his sister, Wendy Romero, 24, is expected to recover from their injuries. Wendy had tried so hard to escape is that she broke her fingers, and knocking on the door of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
Wilber reportedly escaped unhurt.
He told KGTV that he awoke to find his bed on fire and tried to yell for his family to get them out of the burning house.
“My dog jumped on me, trying to get me to wake up. I woke up to the sound. When I woke up, my bed was on fire. I jumped out of bed and started screaming the house was on fire,” Romero told the outlet.
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Later, in an interview with KFMB, Wilber continued to deny that he had anything to do with the fire.
“You can lock me up but you’re not going to get me up in front of me to say this:” I’ve done it, ” he said. “I’m not going to say it because I don’t have to do that.”
Wilber was being questioned by the police after the fire, but they let him go before his possible arrest, KNSD added to it. Neighbors say they saw Wilber running down the street screaming when she remembered the heart-rending scene.
“I was thinking that it was like being in a scary movie. I thought it would be a nightmare to be honest. And I’m like, ‘well, This is not a real one. This is not true,'” Jamie, Felix, was a family friend who lives next door, said.
A nearby church had a vigil on Tuesday, and with the support of the family, and the neighbors collected money for the funeral by holding a car wash and a couple of fund-raisers.
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Wilber spoke at the funeral and thanked everyone for their thoughts and prayers.
He was booked into the county jail and is expected to be his first appearance on Oct. 22.