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Authorities are investigating the early Tuesday burning of the two-story house that accused killer Darren Winchester used to live in.
Firefighters received a call about 2 a.m. Tuesday that the house near Blakley Crossroads was on fire and the blaze was "fully involved," sheriff's office spokesman Tom Holland said.
Firefighters were called out later that day to douse hot spots.
"It pretty much burned to the ground," Holland said.
The sheriff's office is treating the fire as suspicious and continues to investigate. No arrests have been made.
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