Cedar Hill Woman Indicted In Robertson Arson Case

Cedar Hill Woman Indicted In Robertson Arson Case

Cedar Hill Woman Indicted In Robertson Arson Case

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CEDAR HILL TENNESSEE (SmokeyBern News) – A Cedar Hill woman has been indicted and arrested following an investigation by fire investigators with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and detectives with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office.

According to a release from the TBI, on June 1st of 2020, units from the Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department and deputies with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a structure fire at 3514 Heads Church Road in Cedar Hill. MAP The following day, fire investigators with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation were requested by the Sheriff’s Office to assist with the fire scene examination.

During the course of the investigation, investigators identified Kathleen Noble as a suspect for setting the fire. On October 20th, the case was presented to the Robertson County Grand Jury, which returned an indictment charging 65-year-old- Kathleen Marie Noble of Cedar Hill with one count of Arson. On Wednesday, Noble was booked into the Robertson County Jail by TBI agents and deputies with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office. She was released under a $130,000.00 bond.

Smokey Barn News covered the fire back in 2020. Below is our full report.

Cedar Hill Home A Total Loss After Monday Afternoon Fire

CEDAR HILL TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A Cedar Hill home is a total loss after a fire ripped through the structure Monday Afternoon.

The home, located in the 3500 block of Heads Church Rd, carries a Cedar Hill address but sits just 3.3 miles West of Coopertown. MAP

According to Assistant Fire Chief Allen Nicholson with the Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department, no injuries were reported in the fire that started just after 5 pm Monday afternoon. The family dog was missing for a while but later rematerialized on the front porch of the home, according to Nicholson.

The Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department, Robertson County EMS, the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency, the White House Community Volunteer Fire Department, and the Adams Fire Department all responded to the scene.

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The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

PHOTOS: Robertson County EMS