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Seacat House In Kingman Demolished

By: Lily Wu - Email
By: Lily Wu - Email

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Kingman house where Vashti Forrest-Seacat was killed has been demolished.

"Kingman can heal now. Vashti can rest in peace," said neighbor Peggy Culver.

The two-story house in the 200 block of East B Avenue in Kingman was demolished today. Announcements have not been made regarding plans for that property.

"We're hoping that they put in a park in honor of Vashti and the little boys," said Culver. "I think it would be a great thing."

Earlier this month, a jury found Brett Seacat guilty of killing his wife, then setting the house on fire on April 30, 2011. Sentencing for Seacat is set for August 5.


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