TOWN OF PARIS -- The first fire had already raised suspicions, and now a second blaze only adds to the mystery.
Kenosha County fire investigators on Friday confirmed a second suspected arson at a home at 19400 38th Street in the Town of Paris. The blaze, which sparked around 5:00 a.m., leveled the home which had been vacant for a number of years.
"The home was boarded up and no one should have been in there," Town of Paris Fire Captain Jacob Keller told TODAY'S TMJ4. "With no power and no gas running into it, how did it ignite? What caused it to ignite? Something had to have been set in there."
Friday's blaze came just three months after an earlier fire at the same location on Feb. 18. Investigators confirm that fire was much smaller and only caused smoke damage.
Two 21-year-old men from Kenosha were arrested and charged for the arson, and their cases are still pending.