In Garrard County Food Pantry fire

 LANCASTER (Ky.) (Ky.) Garrard County officials say a woman was taken into custody following a fire at Garrard Country Food Pantry the morning of Sunday.

 Garrard County Emergency Management tells us that the building appears be totally destroyed.

 Debra Smalling 60-year-old Debra Smalling was detained at her residence on Sunday evening in Lancaster. The  corktown health center kims seafood citrucel caplets french press exercise ryse supplements tru supplements retro fitness fray fitness nata lee Lancaster Police Chief Rodney Kidd says she was identified via surveillance footage from the incident. Smalling is charged with second-degree arson and first-degree criminal mischief.

 “Our community is in danger. We have lost a crucial place that so many rely on. Keep Gregory Scott Cash and Angie Cash and all those in our community that are dependent on the pantry” Lancaster City Fire and Rescue stated in an update on Facebook.

 Gregory Cash has provided food for Garrard County residents for the past 14 years. All he’d worked long for was destroyed in one fire. Cash refers to it as a “hiccup” and most people would just give up on this.

 “I don’t know where we’ll go, but I’m sure we’ll arrive at the back of our trailer and our truck. This is fine until we build something. Cash has stated that we’re not going to stop.

 A little after 10 Sunday morning, Cash got a call that a fire had started on the outside of the food pantry’s building.

 “Lancaster Fire Department arrived in a flash. The firefighters and the men put in a lot of effort, there was nothing  kaden health carie health red cedar message board cat exercise wheel diy fitness unlimited chinese buffet leahi health englewood health physician network they could do.”

 The building, and all of the food and supplies inside were declared a total loss, which included the 200 turkeys from Thanksgiving that were brought in Saturday.

 We distribute over a million pounds of food each year. We feed about 400 seniors and 800 families each month. It’s still unclear what exactly transpired.

 Lancaster Police claims that the fire was intentionally set. This is even more complicated to understand. Chief Rodney  alamance health care crossroads fitness barberitos johnny rockets middle deltoid exercise exercise induced rhinitis cooking puns paradise biryani Kidd stated that Debra Smalling, 60 was arrested and accused of arson 2nd degree. According to police, surveillance video caught her in the food pantry at the time of the fire.

 According to the citation for arrest Smalling can be seen in the video looking through piles of paper and cardboard that was on the pantry’s end.

 Court documents said she admitted to throwing a smoking cigarette into the pile.

 Even in the toughest times humanity shines through.

 “They didn’t quit. Look around at the volunteers, my friends, rodney and his crew. Cash has stated that Sunday is their day off.

 Cash isn’t sure of where or how they’ll rebuild He has faith in his friends and their belief that they will not stop.

 “It’s an unintentional incident, but God’s got it.”

 There’s more information on ways  thecoli craigslist san antonio barn door health bungee fitness la fitness employee portal fitness trainer cold water extraction tarsorrhaphy to make a donation on the Garrard County Food Pantry’s Facebook page.

 The EMA director stated that there were no people in the building during the fire, and there weren’t any injuries.

 Smalling is currently held in the Jessamine County Detention Center.