Man busted for arson after his pacemaker snitched on him

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A story out of small-town Ohio currently making the rounds online should serve as a cautionary tale for would-be crooks: if you’re gonna lie to the cops, make sure you’re not wearing any tracking devices that could throw off your alibi. 

A 59-year-old man from Middletown, Ohio was indicted on charges of arson and fraud after police inspected data from his pacemaker, which didn’t match up to his story.     

Local WLWT5 reports Ross Compton’s house burned down last September under questionable circumstances. Investigators were suspicious of an insurance fraud scheme from the moment Compton called 911—he reportedly told a dispatcher that after spotting the blaze, he was able to run back to the house, pack his bags, then book it out a window he broke with a walking stick. Read more…

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