• Prosecutors: McKeesport man caught on camera setting rabbi's home on fire


    NEW YORK - Prosecutors have video of the McKeesport man accused of setting a Brooklyn, New York's rabbi home on fire, according to the New York Post.

    Matthew Karelefsky pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and arson charges.

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    Three homes were damaged in the fire and 13 people were hurt.

    According to police, Karelefsky had a vendetta against the rabbi.

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    Karelefsky was also captured on video a day earlier buying Kingsford charcoal that was used in the fire, according to the New York Post.

    Karelefsky's next court hearing is in September.



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