Rolando McClain of the Dallas Cowboys had been trying to sell his house in Alabama for quite sometime, but yesterday it was engulfed into flames and he lost everything inside. The big question is how did it happen?
A witness reported seeing a car speeding away from the exclusive neighborhood where a suspicious fire gutted a mansion owned by Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain, a police spokesman said Tuesday.
Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Lt. Andy Norris said the vehicle could be a clue in the fire, which occurred Monday night, but investigators had yet to determine whether the blaze was accidental or purposely set.
A crime dog will be on the scene to examine whether excelerantd were used or not, but the Sheriff feels something sounds fishy.
“Anytime you have a vacant house go up, particularly one of that value, you have to consider it suspicious,” he said. “Every house in that neighborhood is probably over $1 million.”
Could McClain have something to do with the arson?