From left to right: Robert Pike, Yvonne L. Pike, and Yvonne M. Pike. (Laurens Co. Sheriff's Office)
FOUNTAIN INN, SC (FOX Carolina) -
Deputies said they have charged three people accused of setting their Fountain Inn house on fire in December.
Laurens County deputies said the Dec. 14 fire at the Hudson Road home was declared suspicious. Investigators identified Robert Pike, 64, Yvonne L. Pike, 63, and Yvonne M. Pike, 21, as the suspects involved.
All three Pikes were arrested Monday and charged with third-degree arson, deputies said. They have since been released from jail on bond.
Deputies said they all lived at the home that caught fire.
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