The 34 year old single mother posed for the mugshot above after she heard some information about her ex-boyfriend and ‘snapped’.
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Langley had enough of she allegedly set fire to her exes mother’s home after discovering he’d secretly married her cousin and was too afraid to tell her.
Read all of the sordid details of Langley’s story below…
According to Langley’s 8-page arrest affidavit, she set a fire on Aug. 3, 2012 that caused more than $100,000 in damage to an unoccupied residence.
The fire was set only a day after Felicia Langley, 34, of 53 Glasser St,, Norwalk, allegedly broke into the boyfriend’s Norwalk home and stole his new wife’s wedding dress.
Langley became a suspect in the fire when her old boyfriend told police at the scene of the fire that she had threatened him that morning, and they called Langley in for a talk.
She told detectives that after finding out about her old boyfriend’s marriage she could not eat and had tried for days to contact the two so they could tell her the truth about being a married couple.
When they wouldn’t return her calls and Langley found out the new wife had changed her telephone number, Langley said she became even angrier and admitted to threatening to beat up the new wife and find someone to beat up the old boyfriend, the affidavit said.
On the day of the fire, she admitted to taking a half-hour break from her job as a merchandise intake worker for a large city department store, and said she drove around town during the break, but denied driving to the house.
However, after she was told by investigators that her 1993 Mercury Marquis would probably show up like a sore thumb on surveillance tapes that had been recorded by nearby businesses on Greenwich Avenue, Langley admitted to driving by the house and then going straight back to work, the affidavit said.
Then, when she was told there was a witness who spotted a woman fitting her description standing on the front porch of the home, Langley changed her story again and admitted that she stopped at the house to see if her old boyfriend was staying there. She said she knocked on the door, and figuring he was there — but not answering — she decided to go straight back to work and clocked back in at 12:26 p.m. that Friday.
Then, asked how the Greenwich Avenue fire could have been reported at 12:26 p.m. — only five to 10 minutes after she was at the house — Langley started to cry and denied starting the fire.
“Langley then put her arms on the table, hunched over and put her face straight down onto her arms, all the while still crying, and said, `I don’t want to go to jail… I don’t want to lose my son,’ ” the affidavit said. But when investigators asked if there was any chance she could have accidentally started the fire, the story changed again and Langley and admitted to walking around to the rear of the home and knocked on the door to the porch.
Finding the porch door open she said she went inside and said she dropped a cigarette to the ground and stepped on it, the affidavit said.
“I thought it was out but I guess it wasn’t… I guess I didn’t stamp it out enough,” and insisted she did not mean to start a fire.
Investigators don’t believe the fire was started with a cigarette. They said the fire was probably started with a lighter or some sort of accelerant. (source)
Langley was charged with first-degree arson and criminal mischief and was ordered jailed in lieu of $75,000 bond. She also signed a protective order barring her from contacting her 32-year-old former boyfriend.