Corinth, KY, Firefighters Charged with Setting Church Fire

July 10, 2024
The two, captured on a neighbor's doorbell camera, were among the first Grant County firefighters to respond.
Two firefighters accused of setting fire to a church are being held in the Grant County Detention Center on $10,000 bonds. 
Corinth Firefighters Brendan Gibson, 24, and Robert Hughes, 23, were among the first on the scene early July 8, Fox 19 reported.
The two were observed on a resident's doorbell camera running away from the Shiloh Full Gospel Baptist Church.
They allegedly admitted to starting the fire while being interviewed by police.  
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