BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- The prosecution has rested its case in the Broome County trial of a man accused of murder and arson. It continues to be an emotional environment in Judge Joseph Cawley's courtroom, as family and friends on both sides watch the trial. That includes the mother and father of the boys who died in the fire. Day three of the trial of Dwight Burton took place Thursday. Several members of law enforcement were questioned.
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- Testimony continued Wednesday in the trial of Dwight Burton. The prosecution says Burton, of Johnson City started a fire in a multi-family home on 145 Floral Ave in October of 2015, knowing there were people inside. Two young boys died in the fire. Several people shed tears Wednesday in Judge Joseph Cawley's court room as they testified. Burton's ex-girlfriend Jessica Baxter, lived in the home.
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- Trial is underway for a Johnson City man accused of arson and murder. Emotions ran high in Broome County Court as the trial of Dwight Burton began. A judge alone will decide the fate of Burton, who chose to have a bench trial. In 2015, flames woke up the residents of 145 Floral Avenue in Johnson City. The fire proved to be deadly, and the scene was one witnesses call chaotic. Prosecutors say Burton of was responsible for the fire that left two young boys dead.
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