Christopher Wehunt, seated at left, faces numerous charges including criminal homicide and aggravated arson after Red Bank police say he set an apartment building on fire Thanksgiving morning. A resident, Dewey Rose, perished in the fire. Zak Newman, right, a defense attorney, was appointed in Red Bank court to represent Wehunt.
Christopher Wehunt, seated at left, faces numerous charges including criminal homicide and aggravated arson after Red Bank police say he set an apartment building on fire Thanksgiving morning. A resident, Dewey Rose, perished in the fire. Zak Newman, right, a defense attorney, was appointed in Red Bank court to represent Wehunt.
Photo by Beth Burger /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Monday, December 2nd, 2013
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