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Randy Boland

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Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office

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Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office

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www.post-journal.com

Randy Boland, an investigator with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office, said he found two guns - a .22 caliber rifle and a 12-gauge shotgun - in the basement of the apartment.
He also said he found a sheathed knife.


www.post-journal.com

The first witness, Randall Boland, an investigator with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office, was one of the first people to enter the Skinner home after the incident occurred in the early morning hours of April 17.
In detail, he described entering the home at approximately 10:30 a.m. through a rear entrance into the basement, and immediately noticing the overwhelming amount of debris and ceiling tiles strewn on the floor. Within a short distance, he identified two human bodies, one of them "deeply charred" on a wooden chair and the other lying face down on its stomach. "I couldn't even tell if (the bodies) were male or female," Boland confessed. "(The home) appeared to be ransacked," said Boland, describing how drawers and dressers were ripped apart along with the contents of a wallet and purse. A device underneath the television also appeared to be stolen. According to Boland, the dead bodies were positively identified later as Gordon and Joyce Skinner through dental records.


www.goerie.com

The burglary occurred in the overnight hours between Dec. 3 and 4 when Sherman Pharmacy, 105 Main St., was closed, said Randy Boland, an investigator with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office.
Boland declined to give any specifics about the stolen drugs, citing a continuing investigation. Boland said several types of narcotics were taken in the burglary.


www.post-journal.com

According to Randy Boland, an investigator with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department, the duo intentionally set a fire at a vacant house located at 4826 Route 474 in Ashville on July 28 around 3:50 a.m.
The Ashville Volunteer Fire Department arrived at the house minutes after the fire was reported and according to Boland, the fire was knocked down fairly quickly. An on-scene investigation by the Chautauqua County Fire Investigation Team allegedly determined that the duo poured gasoline on a side porch of the home to accelerate the burning. "This was a case of two guys out being mischievous," Det. Boland said. "The house was vacant at the time but the owners in Eldorado, California were in the process of renovating the home. But because of the fire, the house had to be destroyed." Boland said that the reason the investigation took about four months to reach fruition mostly centers on the nature of an arson investigation. "With an arson, most of the evidence is all burned up, and that makes the investigation much more complex," he said. "To make sure you have all the elements of the crime secured, it takes time. It is a slow and deliberate process and you're always looking for that one piece of the puzzle that will persuade someone to talk. By nature, arson is a violent crime and note that it is a Class C felony, and most people convicted will usually be doing time in prison." Boland said that he tracked down witnesses that had since moved considerably, spanning from Kentucky to Canada. He explained that being able to connect with them in itself was time consuming and not always easy. Although Boland couldn't speak about what evidence allegedly ties the two suspects to the crime, He did say he was pleased with the way the case progressed since the beginning.


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They were still battling it with ladder trucks that literally shoot a thousand gallons per minute," said Randy Boland, a fire investigator with the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department.In fact, the wreckage was still smoldering for much of the day, leading fire investigators to postpone most of the investigation until 8 a.m. today, and the cause of the blaze remains undetermined.‘‘The first person who reported the fire reported it as being throughout the building.I'm not going to speculate on what that would mean," Boland said, responding to allegations that arson was the cause of the fire.


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