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Employment History

Position, Office

State Fire Marshal's Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations


Detective


Orange/Osceola/Lake Fire Marshal


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www.fldfs.com

Detective Amelia Bowling, who works in the Ocala office of the State Fire Marshal's Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations (BFAI), was the lead detective in the investigation and made the arrest.


www.fldfs.com [cached]

v>  Detective Amelia Bowling, who works in the Ocala office of the State Fire Marshal,s Bureau of Fire and Arson Investigations (BFAI), was the lead detective in the investigation and made the arrest.  Detective Bowling determined that prior to the fire, Rains assaulted the victim, exited the trailer, and returned with a gas can.  Rains then allegedly poured gasoline in the bedroom where the victim was lying, and set the bedroom on fire.    Rains is charged with first-degree arson to an occupied dwelling, attempted murder, and aggravated battery with domestic violence.  If convicted on the charges filed by the BFAI, Rains faces up to 75 years in prison in addition to potential fines and restitution.


www.firehouse.com

"The roof had collapsed on parts of the building, and due to the roof collapsing, we had a lot of debris that had fallen down," Fire Marshal investigator Amelia Bowling said.
"With the heat, some of it had melted in to each other." If indeed the victim is Sigalis, many wonder if he set the fire, rather than risking his beloved business.


www.news-journalonline.com

The blaze began about 6:30 p.m., two hours after the shop closed for the day, said Amelia Bowling, a detective with the State Fire Marshal's Office.
While fire investigators would not label Tuesday's fire suspicious, Bowling did say investigators are taking a look at all the T-shirt and gift shop fires on the beachside in the last several years to determine if anything links the incidents. Bowling estimated the damage to the shop at about $250,000. As for Tuesday's fire, Bowling said the cause likely will not be determined for several weeks.


floridatoday.com

"Nothing appears to be suspicious," said Detective Amelia Bowling of the State Fire Marshal's Office.


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