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The City of Burlington Police Department has charged four (4) individuals with Arson and Related Offenses in regards to the U.S. Pipe Foundry and McNeal Mansion Property Fires that destroyed two buildings and damaged two others. The first fire was on April 26, 2021, and the second incident occurred on June 7, 2021.
 
During the course of the investigation, detectives located a video depicting the four individuals entering the Mansion property off of East Pearl Boulevard and then returning after the fires were set. A resident’s home camera captured a suspect vehicle and persons of interest which were released publicly. A citizen tip led to the discovery of the vehicle in Gloucester Township, Camden County. During the interviews and further investigation, it was determined that the four (4) subjects depicted in the video were in fact the ones who started the fires.
 
The individuals charged are as follows:
 
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Gabriel Vance, 20, Berlin, NJ, (left) Charged with Arson (2 counts), Criminal Mischief (2 counts), and Criminal Trespassing (2 counts). Lodged in Burlington County Jail pending a court appearance.
 
Summer Wisor, 20, Sicklerville, NJ, (top right) Charged with Criminal Mischief (2 counts) and Criminal Trespassing (2 counts). Released pending a court appearance in compliance with N.J. Bail Reform Laws.
 
Daniel Badecki, 18, Audubon, NJ, (center)Charged with Criminal Mischief (1 count) and Criminal Trespassing (1 count). Released pending a court appearance in compliance with N.J. Bail Reform Laws.
 
Ryan Gibbs, 19, Blackwood, NJ, (bottom right)Charged with Criminal Mischief (1 count) and Criminal Trespassing (1 count). Released pending a court appearance in compliance with N.J. Bail Reform Laws.
 
The motive behind the fires is still being investigated as well if they were involved in any other fires in the region. If someone has more information, they are urged to contact the lead investigator, Detective Jamie Lambing at 609-386-0262 Ext. 270.
 
Assisting agencies included the City of Burlington, County of Burlington, and New Jersey State Fire Marshall’s Office, Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office, Gloucester Township Police Department, Runnemede Borough Police Department, Philadelphia Police Department, New Jersey State Police, and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).

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