Suspect in Emmett church fires served time for murder

| May 15, 2013

EMMETT – The Gem County prosecutor has filed arson, burglary and theft charges against two Emmett men accused of setting fire to two churches last month.

Prosecutor Richard Linville says 41-year-old Bradley Thomasson and 45-year-old William Dorahush Jr. were each charged with two counts of first-degree arson, burglary and theft. Both men are currently in the Gem County Jail on unrelated charges.

One of the suspects charged Wednesday was convicted of killing his adoptive parents in 1989.

Court records show Thomasson spent 22 years in prison for killing his adoptive parents in Nez Perce County in 1989. Dorahush has a criminal record that includes four convictions for arson.

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