WESTFORD, Vt. (AP) Police say a Vermont woman who is accused of burning down her own house also set fire to a garage and storage building a month later.
The Burlington Free Press reports 57-year-old Maryanne Mead was charged Thursday with violating the terms of her release in connection with a fire July 5.
Court records show Mead is accused of setting fire to a garage in Westford that contained her sister's belongings, including a lawn tractor, a snow blower and other gardening tools.
Mead had previously pleaded not guilty to arson charges for a June fire that destroyed her two-story home. The home was previously deemed inhabitable due to an electrical fire that happened May 25.
Mead told investigators that her home was "jinxed" with bad memories.
(Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)