Sunday, January 28, 2001

Man, set on fire, in stable condition




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati police were investigating a domestic dispute in which a man was set on fire at an apartment in the 1800 block of Sutton Avenue late Saturday.

        Danny Riley, 40, of Mount Washington was in stable condition at University Hospital with second-degree burns over 24 percent of his body, according to a nursing supervisor.

        His girlfriend, Sherry Montone, 48, of Sutton Avenue, was charged with felonious assault.

        Police say Ms. Montone poured lighter liquid on Mr. Riley and set him on fire at 6 p.m.

       



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