04-02-2012, 08:40 AM #1
SC - Robert, 11, & Aalyiah Jackson, 10, dead from arson fire, 27 March 2012
Tuesday night, the chaotic relationship between Young and Dingle came to a head when investigators say Dingle set the apartment the two shared on fire with 11-year-old Robert and 10-year-old Aliyah still inside.
The two children were rescued from the fire, but suffered severe burns and were transported to area hospitals where they both died Saturday.
04-02-2012, 10:20 AM #2Registered User
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I have an opinion about this, but I will be banned if I say it.
Just... leave your children alone, people.
08-03-2015, 04:52 PM #3
From August 2013:
Timothy D. Dingle will spend the rest of his life with the state Department of Corrections.
A jury convicted the 53-year-old Sumter man on Wednesday of two counts each of murder and first-degree arson for the March 2012 apartment fire that ultimately killed 10-year-old Aalyiah Jackson and her 11-year-old brother, Robert. Third Circuit Judge George C. "Buck" James gave Dingle two concurrent life sentences to be followed by two concurrent 30-year sentences...
Dingle had deliberately set a fire in three separate places in the upstairs of Elizabeth Young's unit at Lantana Apartments on Carolina Avenue on March 27, 2012... Firefighters rescued Aalyiah and Robert from an upstairs bedroom that the two shared, but they died four days later at separate hospitals.
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