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Family Accused Of Arson, Insurance Fraud After Shop Fire

 Monday, June 6, 2016

 Orlando Sentinel

The smoke and sirens were déjà vu for the Soomair family. Exactly six years after their transmission shop in New York went up in flames, their new shop off East Colonial Drive in Orlando did the same, records show. This time, though, officials said they quickly noticed something wasn’t right. Detectives on Saturday — more than a year after the fire — arrested the family, Ramdularie Soomair, 69, her husband, Surujlal Soomair, 59, and their son, 40-year-old Navin Soomair. The father and son duo are facing charges of intentionally setting the fire, grand theft and insurance fraud, arrest reports state.

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