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Bobby Joe Cundiff faces charges of attempted arson, terrorizing

Posted: Jun 12, 2018 3:49 PM Updated:

He's allegedly threatened to use a gallon of gas to burn the victim's house down.

Now, 26-year-old Bobby Joe Cundiff is in jail charged with attempted arson and terrorizing.

Court documents state the incidents date back to April.

That's when Cundiff would visit the house, setting small fires in the yard and a banana tree.

In one incident he threatened, "I'll burn this tree down if you don't let me in."

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