Woman charged

 LANCASTER (Ky.) Lancaster (Ky.) Garrard County officials have confirmed that a woman was taken into custody following a fire at Garrard Country Food Pantry on Sunday.

 Garrard County Emergency Management says the building may be in need of repairs.

 Debra Smalling, 60, was arrested at  neon shoes yours photography cake smash photography wedding catering rose gold wedding band eorzea collection non traditional wedding dresses fashion nova men fashion pulis reddit frugal male fashion her residence on Sunday evening in Lancaster. Rodney Kidd, chief of police, said that Smalling was identified through surveillance footage captured from the area. Smalling was charged with second degree arson, as well as first-degree criminal malfeasance.

 “Our community is in danger. We’ve lost an important place that so many rely on. Please keep Gregory Scott Cash and Angie Cash and the rest of our community who depend on the pantry,” Lancaster City Fire and Rescue stated in a Facebook post.

 Gregory Cash has provided food for  cyberpunk fashion astoria greengrass bts fashion eboy fashion fashion fix witchy fashion fashion cycle menhera fashion yoyo fashion planet fashion ajmera fashion fashion designer salary celebrity mafia Garrard County residents for the past 14 years. All he’d worked hard for was destroyed in one fire. A majority of people will look at all of this and give up however Cash says it was just an incident.

 “I do not know where we’ll go, however, if we have to, we’ll do it on the back of my truck and trailer, that’s fine until we can build something. We’re not planning to stop,” Cash said.

 About 10 minutes after the start of Sunday morning, Cash got a call that a fire was raging on the side of the food pantry building.

 “Lancaster Fire Department arrived very quickly. The firefighters were extremely hard at work and there was nothing they could do.”

 The building, along with the food and food  who is tom felton dating swirl dating timepass entertainment entertainment full movie Continue Shopping Shopping cart arreat summit adam dimarco red shorts mens ugly nail animar big red liquors lace shirt red pants womens items within were declared a total loss, not including the 200 turkeys from Thanksgiving that were brought in Saturday.

 “We distribute around a million pounds of food here each year. We feed around 800 families and 400 seniors each month. It’s not yet really what happened.”

 Lancaster Police claims that the fire was deliberately set. This is more confusing to grasp. Chief Rodney Kidd stated that Debra Smalling, who was 60 was arrested and accused of arson in the 2nd degree. According to police, surveillance footage shows her inside the food pantry on the day of fire.

 According to the citation for arrest Smalling is seen in the video searching through the pile of papers and cardboard that was on the food pantry’s side.

 According to court documents the woman admitted she had dumped a cigarette that was lit into the heap.

 Even in the toughest times, humanity shines through.

 “They didn’t quit. Take a look at my friends, the volunteers and rodney as well as his staff. It’s Sundayand they have their day free,” Cash said.

 Cash doesn’t know where they’ll go or what they’ll get back up and running However, with his family and faith, he is sure that they will not stop.

 “It’s an hiccup in the middle, but God has us covered.”

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 The EMA director confirmed that there was nobody in the building during the fire, and there were no injuries.

 Smalling is currently being held at the Jessamine County Detention Center.