Justice's wife indicted again in arson case
By Brian Rogers
Wednesday's indictment charges Francisca Medina with felony arson in the destruction of her home, felony criminal mischief of more than $200,000 for damage to one neighbor's home and criminal mischief, a state jail felony, for damage to a house behind the Medinas' home.
Prosecutor Vic Wisner said he didn't expect any other indictments in the case, effectively clearing David Medina of wrongdoing. The prosecutor said he remains open to receiving more information about the fire.
“There's no evidence, there's never going to be any evidence that Fran Medina burned her own home,” said Dick DeGuerin. “It was her dream home.”
Francisca Medina is expected to surrender and post bond.
Prosecutor Wisner, who dismissed the January indictments, said there has been substantial progress in the investigation in the past few months.