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An online date last summer that ended in a women’s murder led to two more deaths after a fire allegedly ignited by the suspect to conceal his original crime grew into one of the largest wildfires in California history.
Priscilla Castro, 32, of Valleja, Calif. went on a date on Aug. 16 with Victor Serriteno after the two met on a dating app.
Castro’s family reported the woman missing two days later, according to reports. Investigators recovered her charred body weeks later in the Stebbins-Cold Canyon area in Northern California.
Serriteno was arrested in September and has been in the custody of the Solano County Sheriff’s Office since then.
Officials now say that the historic Markley fire, which killed two people, was started by Serriteno during his effort to cover up the murder.
Douglas Mai, 82, and Leon Bone, 64, died in their Solano County homes last summer.
Serriteno was arrested again Wednesday on suspicion of arson and murder.
“We believe Serriteno deliberately set the Markley fire in an attempt to conceal his crime,” Solano County Sheriff Tom Ferrara said at a Wednesday news conference.
Officials say the Markley Fire helped fuel an even greater outbreak, the historic LNU Lightning Complex. The massive inferno burned for more than a month, killed a total of six people and consumed more than 360,000 acres over five counties, making it the fourth largest wildfire in California history, according to Solano County officials, before it was extinguished on October 2
Castro was the mother of a 9-year-old girl.
“I knew there were ugly people in the world but I never knew they would do something to someone so close to us,” Castro’s sister, Jasmine Castro, told local CBS affiliate KOVR TV. “He doesn’t deserve to get away with not one bit of this.”