Couple held after recovering from burns from alleged arson

Couple held after recovering from burns from alleged Campbell County arson

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Danny Antrican (source: Campbell County Sheriff's Office) Danny Antrican (source: Campbell County Sheriff's Office)
Sheila Haven (source: Campbell County Sheriff's Office) Sheila Haven (source: Campbell County Sheriff's Office)

JACKSBORO (WATE) - Two people are being held on arson charges after recovering from burns caused by the fire they allegedly set.

Sheila Haven, 54, of LaFollette, and Danny Antrican, 57, of Russellville, are being held in the Campbell County Jail.

They were taken into custody after being discharged from the Vanderbilt Burn Center in Nashville.

Campbell County sheriff's investigators say Haven and Atrican were burned on June 6 while using gas to set a house on fire in the 400 block of Duff Road of the Duff Community.

When the couple fled they crashed into several vehicles in LaFollette, including a police car, before eventually being apprehended.

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