Jun 11, 2021
Four Displaced After House Fire Discovered By Alert Sixth-Grader Breaks Out In Western Mass
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The Holyoke Fire Department received an emergency call at 8:18 a.m. on Friday, June 11 after a sixth-grader alerted his mother to a fire at a two-family home on Allyn Street.
Crews were able to knock down and extinguish the fire, which caused extensive damage to the home. Four adults were displaced by the blaze, officials said.
No injuries were reported.
The initial investigation report states that the fire was started by the improper disposal of smoking materials on the porch.
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Curtis Jeter, Murder Suspect At Center Of Canceled Amber Alert, Surrenders To Dallas Police
According to officials, Curtis Everett Jeter surrendered at Dallas Police Headquarters early on June 22.
(credit: (Dallas Police Department)
Jeter was wanted for killing Hope Hensley. The 20-year-old woman was found shot inside her apartment on Meadow Street on June 21. The woman was rushed to the hospital but died from her injuries.
Police say Jeter will be charged with murder.