Man sets his house ablaze and then paints “My wife is a cheater” on exterior


By The Denver Post

Fire crews in Arvada responding to reports of an explosion early Tuesday morning arrived to find a home engulfed in flames and the phrase “My wife is a cheater” scrawled across its exterior.

Arvada police say they have arrested a man on suspicion of arson in connection with the blaze and said an investigation indicates the fire was set intentionally.

The man was identified Tuesday afternoon as 31-year-old William Lindauer. Police said he was one of the residents of the house.

Crews were called to the burning home near the intersection of West 68th Avenue and Nelson Street at about 1:30 a.m.

The Arvada Fire Protection District said there were no reports of injuries. Deputy Fire Marshall Deanna Harrington called the fire’s damage to the home “very significant.”

Harrington said authorities were alerted to the fire by callers in nearby homes.

Court records indicate Lindauer’s wife filed for divorce in October 2013 and the divorce was granted in February 2014.

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2 Responses to Man sets his house ablaze and then paints “My wife is a cheater” on exterior

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