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Home Left Vacant By Sandy Damaged in Fire

A residence on Longman Street was damaged by a Port-a-Potty fire Saturday afternoon.

A port-a-potty fire left a Longman Street, Silverton residence left vacant since Sandy damaged Saturday afternoon, Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy said Sunday afternoon, Feb. 10.

Silverton fire company responded and extinguished a fire that started at a Johnny-on-the-Spot port-a-potty located near the residence on the corner of Longman Street, accoding to Mastronardy. Toms River Police also responded to the scene.

The fire damaged the port-a-potty and caused minor damage to the siding of the home, according to Mastronardy. Detective Thomas Dimichele and Officer William Hutton are investigating.

Irina February 11, 2013 at 01:44 AM
Like the owner didn't suffer enough that some MONSTER had to set the potty on fire? What the heck is happening to society? REAL FREAKEN SAD
Chu-Man-Fu February 11, 2013 at 09:55 AM
Thankfully, damage to the house seems to be confined to the exterior - at least their homeowners policy should pay up - and it'll be alot quicker than FEMA disbursements ! But then there's always the deductible ... Sincerely I wish these people better luck. And I hope they find the person(s) responsible for either accidently or intentionally causing this incident.....
wookfish February 11, 2013 at 03:03 PM
the homeowner is probally pissed it didn't burn to the ground
ortleysmellslikebunker February 11, 2013 at 07:06 PM
Burn the whole town, that's what they want right? Just wait

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