A Friday night fire destroys a home in Davisville, and authorities say it wasn't an accident.
Neighbors say Harlem Williams lived in a community acres home by himself, after a divorse earlier this year.
Fire officials say he was not home at the time of the blaze. It happened just after 11 PM, and authorities are calling it arson. Neighbors called 911 after they saw the house go up in flames.
Police arrested Kristina Davis and Shaun Zavetsky in connection with the arson at a nearby gas station immediately after the fire was reported. The vehicle they were riding in matched the description of a van seen fleeing the blaze.
Randall Lockhart is the third suspect from the van. Lockhart is 5’9” and weighs around 190 pounds. He has blue eyes and shoulder-length, sandy brown hair. He also has multiple tattoos.
After two searches with K-9 units authorities still could not located him near the gas station. He is still being sought.
Local police have a warrant is out for his arrest. If you see Lockhart, authorities say you should consider him dangerous. Call police or 911.
They say, do not approach him, call 9-1-1 immediately. Davis and Zavetsky are charged with arson, other charges are pending.
Witnesses say this is possibly a domestic dispute, or even drug related.
However, officials say it is still too early to tell why the home was set on fire.
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