Update: Sioux Falls Police Arrest Suspect In Duplex Fire
Update from Dakota News Now:
Police say they have arrested a suspect in an arson case at a Sioux Falls duplex.
Twenty-five-year-old Alayna Sue Bird Necklace Pigney was arrested early Wednesday morning. Police said she had a backpack with some methamphetamine in it.
Police say Pigney started a fire at a central Sioux Falls duplex early Tuesday morning after she got into an argument with some people living there.
Pigney faces first-degree arson and controlled substance charges.
One person was hurt in a fire early Tuesday morning and Sioux Falls police say it was caused by arson.
Police say they are looking for a female suspect.
According to Dakota News Now, crews arrived at a duplex near Spring Ave and 13th St to find several people hanging from second-floor windows.
Dakota News Now reports the fire was located in the stairwell, which left people trapped upstairs. Crews quickly put the fire out.
A person was injured in a fall and taken to a Sioux Falls hospital.
Police say the suspect has an argument with occupants of the home and later started the fire.
No arrests have been made, but police have names of suspects.