Empty house burns again Second man arrested over Seaton fire
POLICE believe arsonists may have caused a fire at an abandoned house at Mansfield Park.
Police and fire crews were sent to the house, at the intersection of Hanson Rd and Medika Boulevard at about 4.45am yesterday morning after receiving reports a singlestorey fibro house was ablaze.
Firefighters quickly brought those representing opponents. In 2000, he was convicted of spitting at a WorkCover barrister, then spent two months in jail for assaulting another lawyer in 2002.
Despite the prison stint, Moore-McQuillan threw his crutch at a man serving him a summons, cutting his chin in 2007 and the next year received a suspended sentence for an unrelated assault.
Judge Tracey said the former boilermaker’s latest offending breached a good behaviour bond imposed for threatening to knock down a the fire under control and prevented it from spreading to nearby properties.
The house has been abandoned since a large fire at the property in May, 2017.
Police are treating the early morning blaze as suspicious.
They ask anyone with information about the incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. lawyer in a 2011 Workers Compensation Tribunal hearing, while in 2015 he abused then tripped over yet another lawyer, who tumbled to the floor.
Judge Tracey said his anxiety led to his bizarre outbursts and he displayed obsessive, paranoid and narcissistic traits.
“I cannot be satisfied there are good prospects for your rehabilitation in the longer term,” she said.
Moore-McQuillan was jailed for a nine months after the judge found his offending was too serious and lengthy for a home detention order. A SECOND man has been arrested over a fire that destroyed three cars and damaged a house at Seaton.
Police and MFS crews were called to a house on Dumfries Ave about 1.10am on Sunday after receiving reports of a large fire. Firefighters extinguished the blaze but not before it destroyed a Subaru WRX, a Lexus sedan and a Mazda station wagon.
The front of the house was also damaged. The occupants of the property were home but were not injured.
A Moana man, 36, was charged with arson on Sunday.
A West Croydon man, 32, attended Hindley St police station just after 8.30am yesterday and was charged with arson.
He appeared in the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court.